Reducing the Model of Entrepreneurship in Japan: Extraction of its Changing Sub-system (CSS)
Chapter Chapter 10 in The Entrepreneur in Rule-Based Economics, 2017, pp 93-114 from Springer
Abstract Various factors grouped into the system of factor rules (SFR) are related to the level of entrepreneurship in Japan. Here, we reduce the SFR to the changing sub-system (CSS) as its causative core. The CSS embraces the subset of factor rules that have been impacting on the rule complex of entrepreneurship in Japan during the investigation period. This reduction of complexity is achieved by excluding “false positives” through systematic assessment against two criteria of change. Upon a discussion of factor rules that are part of the economic environment in which business formation takes place, we assesse factor rules relevant to the position of business founders in society as well as the role of government in fostering self-employment and entrepreneurship. We close by discussing changes in those factor rules that represent or refer to economic alternatives to self-employment. In summary, private and public venture support and protective bankruptcy law have an insignificant influence on entrepreneurship in Japan. Similarly, there is insignificant change in labour unions, lending practices and HR management.
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