Testing Lazear's jack-of-all-trades view of entrepreneurship with German micro data
Joachim Wagner ()
Applied Economics Letters, 2003, vol. 10, issue 11, 687-689
This article tests the theory recently put forward by Edward Lazear that individuals with competence in many skills should have a higher probability of being self-employed than others. The empirical results for Germany support this jack-of-all-trades view.
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