Comparative Entrepreneurship Initiatives

Comparative Entrepreneurship Initiatives

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Comparative Entrepreneurial Initiatives offers a unique investigation in to the three largest economies of the world: China, Japan and the USA. Written by leading scholars with intimate knowledge of each country, it brings together historical, institutional, cultural, and case study approaches and shows how the institutional context plays a key role in facilitating entrepreneurship. The contributors draw out the intersection of individual and group experiences with the historical and institutional context of the three countries and show a wide variation in entrepreneurial patterns that result from cultural, legal, and political factors. Case studies integrate the individual-level details of entrepreneurs within societal context and address issues that typically arise in new ventures. This book provides a better understanding of the national forces that promote and constrain entrepreneurship. It is timely in its analysis of the role of entrepreneurial initiatives in the transformation of global competition in the 21st century.The federal government, its economists at a loss to explain stagflation adequately , experimented with policies that ... they were answerable to several chiefs: customers, state regulators, labour unions, and local communities (Galambos and Pratt, 1988). ... In his bid for the presidency in 1980, candidate Ronald Reagan promised economic answers that seemed to flow neatly ... The major components of Reaganomics were acrossthe-board tax cuts, reduced business regulation, reducedanbsp;...

Title:Comparative Entrepreneurship Initiatives
Author: Associate Professor Chikako Usui
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2011-08-31

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