Entry and Post-Entry Performance of Newborn Firms by Marco VivarelliEntry and Post-Entry Performance of Newborn Firms by Marco Vivarelli

Entry and Post-Entry Performance of Newborn Firms

byMarco VivarelliEditorMarco Vivarelli

Hardcover | June 6, 2007

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Entry and Post-Entry Performance of Newborn Firmsfocuses on newborn firms, analyzing the determinants of entry, survival and post-entry performance.

Written by a world leading expert on industrial dynamics, whose previous bookThe Employment Impact of Innovationwas very popular, this book examines the policy implications of the differing motivations underlying the decision to start a new firm.

This groundbreaking book will be of use to economists with an interest in Europe as well as students and researchers across industrial economics, management and entrepreneurial studies.

Marco Vivarelli, Ph.D. in Economics and Ph.D. in Science and Technology Policy, is full professor of Economic Policy at the Catholic University (Milano) and Research Fellow at IZA (Bonn), the Max Planck Institute of Economics (Jena) and CSGR (Warwick University)..
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Title:Entry and Post-Entry Performance of Newborn FirmsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.6 inPublished:June 6, 2007Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415379814

ISBN - 13:9780415379816

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction  2. The Birth of New Business Enterprises  3. Determinants of New-Firm Start-Ups in Italy  4. Start-Up Size and Industrial Dynamics  5. The Relationship betwen Size and Growth  6. Does Gibrat's Law Hold Among Young Small Firms?  7. Is Subsidizing Entry an Optimal Policy?  8. The Link between Entry Decision and Post-Entry Performance  9. The Role of Innovation in the Post-Entry Performance of New Small Firms  10. Are all the Potential Entrepreneurs so Good?  11. Conclusions