Entrepreneurship, Wealth, Liquidity Constraints and Start-up Costs
The authors study the effects of liquidity constraints and start-up costs on the relationship between wealth and the fraction of entrepreneurs in an economy. They develop a dynamic occupational choice model with endogenous wealth and entry into entrepreneurship. The model predicts that, with liquidi...
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RAND Corporation Publications Department
|Data of publication:||2007/05|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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