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Regulations and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries
(School of Business and Economics, Universidad del Desarrollo, 2014)
This paper uses an institutional approach to examine the effect of regulations on entrepreneurial activity, comparing developed and developing countries. Through an unbalanced panel data set of 49 countries over the period ...
Who Walks Out? Entrepreneurship in a Global Economy
Modern entrepreneurially driven capitalism is embedded in a global economy. Crucially, in this environment entrepreneurship must be viewed as a mobile resource. Entrepreneurs can thus "vote-with-their-feet" when deciding ...
Entrepreneurship failure: is culture to blame?
Although entrepreneurship and culture are topics with extensive research on Management Studies, there is still relatively few research on the influence of Culture has on Entrepreneurship. The main objective of this work ...
Entrepreneurship and Academic Employment. More Alike than You’d Think
(Universidad Alberto Hurtado. Facultad de Economía y negocios, 2015)
Sensemaking the ‘social’ in social entrepreneurship
In the collective imagination, the practices and outcomes of social entrepreneurship seem to hold hope for a better future. So far, these practices have been largely assumed as idealized types with the ‘social’ in social ...
Entrepreneurship and the rest: The missing debate
In this article, we seek to open a debate within entrepreneurship scholarship around a prevailing reductionist view of the phenomenon when it comes to non-western or alternative contexts. We argue it is incapable of capturing ...