06 Apr Peter Klein: When Policy-Makers Discover Benefits of Entrepreneurship, They Can’t Resist Intervening
Innovative entrepreneurship is the segment of the entrepreneurial economy that is especially highly focused on innovation via new products and services. Within innovative entrepreneurship there is an even brighter spotlight on NTBF — new technology-based firms that are cutting edge, scalable, and fast-growing. They represent only one form of entrepreneurship, but one that is very interesting. Indeed, they attract the interest of government and government policy-makers. A recent special issue of the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, a top journal for which our friend Peter Klein sits on the editorial board, examined the impact of policy on entrepreneurship itself and on the institutional and social challenges of these policy interventions.
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Read the management summary of the Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal special edition (PDF): https://ift.tt/39Lz9mb
"Effects of Institutions and Policies on Entrepreneurship" (PDF): https://ift.tt/2R6HXwd
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