In important contexts of social and economic interest it can, however, be misleading. Three essays on social networks and entrepreneurship Alternative Title: These questions aim to shed light on the relevance of social networks to help small businesses face post-disaster situations.
Property rights and trade freedom are positively related to self-employed using the Economic Freedom of the World index. Country-level measures of formal institutions are paired with individual-level data on self-employment from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Reynolds et al. Little is known about what it takes for a small business to build resilience after a natural disaster and most studies have focused at a single point in time or look at the community as the unit of analysis.
Formal institutions; Economic freedom; Entrepreneurship Subject Entrepreneurship--Social aspects; Entrepreneurship--Government policy; Corporate culture Abstract This dissertation is composed of three essays in which I examine the influence of formal institutions on entrepreneurs and new firms.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Other Contributors: Sloan School of Management.
One of the liabilities he identified specifically argued that new organizations are more likely to die because they must rely upon relations among strangers. This third essay assesses whether including strangers on a founding team or as employees is net positive or negative.
Recommended Citation Crum, Michael David, "Three essays on the influence of formal institutions on entrepreneurship. In the third essay, "The Impact of Taxes and Regulations on New Firm Births and Deaths in State Border Counties," I examine how state-level measures of government size, taxation burdens, unionization levels, and minimum wages influence the birth and death rates of firms in counties located on state borders.
Does social capital explain small business resilience after a natural disaster?
His focus is on the firm as an actor on the stage of the history of globalization. Utterback and Ezra W. I find a negative relationship between the overall tax burden and the birth rate of new firms.
This essay provides robust empirical evidence on the role of social capital on Hispanic entrepreneurship. Post-disaster business resilience is the product of many complex decisions that result from the interaction of individuals, families, businesses, and communities.
This is a splendid collection. Two concepts- non rivalry and non excludability-are introduced to explain why certain substances of advantage are not transmitted across different types of dyadic ties to actors with distinct categorical characteristics.Three Essays on Entrepreneurship by alex_lake_15 in Browse > Career & Money > Entrepreneurship.
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Entrepreneurship; social networks, and institutions such as freedom and equal access to education which. Entrepreneurship--Social aspects; Entrepreneurship--Government policy; Corporate culture Abstract This dissertation is composed of three essays in which I examine the influence of formal institutions on entrepreneurs and new firms.
A DISCOURSE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL IDENTITY: THREE ESSAYS By Krishna P. Poudel B.A., Tribhuvan University, Nepal, M.A., Tribhuvan University, Nepal, This thesis explores in three essays if, how, and why social relationships have a bearing on outcomes in the entrepreneurial process.
The first essay attempts to determine which mechanism drives. entrepreneurship (e.g., Oviatt & McDougall, ), transnational entre- Three Essays on Foreign Entrepreneurs Elena Kulchina literature a step further by suggesting that home-country networks are not equally beneficial for.
The following dissertation is comprised of three essays that focus on different mechanisms on which social capital influences firm and entrepreneur behavior.
All three essays use different econometric techniques to account for endogenous variables. Essay 1: Are Local Market Relationships Trumping.Download