The Economic Contribution of Start-Up Firms in Germany
Abstract This chapter utilizes German tax data to present evidence about the direct and indirect effects of new firm formation. Cohort analysis is applied to investigate survival, sales, inputs, and value added of start-up firms. Most dropouts occur in the early years. We show that start-up microent...
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Emerald Group Publishing Limited 04.08.2015
|published in:||Entrepreneurial Growth: Individual, Firm, and Region Vol. 17; pp. 231 - 263|
|Data of publication:||20150804|
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