Assembling the Model of Entrepreneurship in Japan: The System of Factor Rules (SFR)
Chapter Chapter 9 in The Entrepreneur in Rule-Based Economics, 2017, pp 77-91 from Springer
Abstract We provide an exhaustive review of empirical research conducted for identifying the system of factor rules (SFR) for entrepreneurship in Japan between 1992 and 2012. It corresponds to the investigation stage of the methodology for rule-based economic analysis outlined earlier. The review covers a broad variety of sources including academic work from different disciplines as well as original research building on testimonials from rule adopters, i.e. entrepreneurs, and from rule rejecters, as well as from practitioners in finance and government. Reviewing the interrelationship between some 16 potentially relevant factor rules we achieve a first reduction of complexity by excluding factors that exert indirect influences only.
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