Entrepreneurship, Trade Competition and the Explosion of World Trade
William Baumol ()
Chapter 1 in Entrepreneurship and Openness, 2009 from Edward Elgar Publishing
A growing body of evidence has documented the critical role that entrepreneurs play in fostering economic growth. But entrepreneurs can only be expected to take risks in ‘open settings’, where individuals and firms are free to contract with one another. In this important book, leading economists explain and document the role of open markets, within and across national boundaries, in facilitating entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. The main message of this book is especially timely given growing concerns in developed countries in particular about off-shoring and openness to trade.
Keywords: Business and Management; Economics and Finance; Innovations and Technology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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