Of interest to industrial and regional economists as well as those working in business schools, this book presents an in-depth analysis of the reasons and determinants of firm creation. The author, based at the Max Planck Institute - one of the leading centres for evolutionary economics - using a multi-disciplinary approach analyzes the topic according ro a broad tripartite framework, emphasizing:
- regional determinants
- industrial determinants
- individual determinants.
An invaluable resource, this book is a useful addition to the bookshelves of experts in the field of decision making, in both the public and private domain.