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The Entrepreneurial Society, 1st ed. 2020 A Reform Strategy for the European Union International Studies in Entrepreneurship Series, Vol. 98

Langue : Anglais

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Couverture de l’ouvrage The Entrepreneurial Society
This open access book builds on the European Union?s (EU) Horizon 2020 project ?Financial and Institutional Reforms for an Entrepreneurial Society? (FIRES). The authors outline how Europe can move towards more inclusive, innovative and sustainable growth through reforms that will rekindle its entrepreneurial spirit. Based on decades of research and countless discussions with stakeholders, the book also features the FIRES project?s full list of policy interventions and institutional reforms that can help policymakers make that agenda a reality.

Introduction: Why Entrepreneurship?,- The Rule of Law and Protection of Property Rights.- Taxation.- Savings, Finance, and Capital.- Labor Markets for Entry and Exit.- Mobilizing Human Capital for Entrepreneurship.- Making Entrepreneurship Policy or Entrepreneurial Policymaking. 
Niklas Elert is a research fellow at the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN), Stockholm, Sweden. He received his Ph.D. on the topic of Economic Dynamism – essays on firm entry and firm growth in 2014 at Örebro University, Sweden. His current research focuses on entrepreneurship and firm dynamics. 

Magnus Henrekson is a professor and president of the Research Institute of Industrial Economics (IFN), Stockholm, Sweden. Until 2009, he was the Jacob Wallenberg professor at the Department of Economics at the Stockholm School of Economics. Since the end of the 1990s, his primary research field has been entrepreneurship economics.

Mark Sanders is an associate professor at the Utrecht University School of Economics (The Netherlands). His teaching and research involve connecting entrepreneurship, innovation and the transition towards more sustainable economic growth. Mark is also a member of the Sustainable Finance Lab that aims to make financial markets contribute towards this transition.
Open Access

Introduces 10 policy domains needed for entrepreneurship development in the European Union (EU)

Creates a path for the EU to develop a sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystem

Recommends policy interventions for innovation, financing and knowledge exchange within the EU

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