Promoting the Entry of New Firms
Federico Pablo Martí ()
Small Business Economics, 2004, vol. 22, issue 3_4, 209-221
Although in the beginning the entry in the market of new companies has a positive effect on production and employment, the results don't seem to be so obvious in the long term. On the one hand, the possibilities of survival of the new companies are very scarce, on the other, the new companies that survive expel the less efficient incumbents from the market.
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