An Urban Approach to Firm Entry: The Effect of Urban Size
Josep‐maria Arauzo‐carod and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Mercedes Teruel Carrizosa () and
Josep-Maria Arauzo-Carod ()
Growth and Change, 2005, vol. 36, issue 4, 508-528
ABSTRACT This article explores the determinants of firm entry in Spanish municipalities. The authors consider that size is an important determinant of a city's capacity to attract new manufacturing firms. Panel data were used to estimate the determinants of entry according to urban size in Spain (from 1994 to 1702). This article contributes to the literature on market entry because most previous contributions have focused on regional factors rather than urban ones. The results show that local characteristics affect the formation of new firms. However, more local data are needed to obtain more specific results.
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