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The Entrepreneur in Rule-Based Economics

Georg Blind

in Economic Complexity and Evolution from Springer, currently edited by Ulwe Cantner, Kurt Dopfer, John Foster, Andreas Pyka and Paolo Saviotti

Date: 2017
ISBN: 978-3-319-62779-3
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Introduction
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Ch Chapter 10 Reducing the Model of Entrepreneurship in Japan: Extraction of its Changing Sub-system (CSS)
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Ch Chapter 11 Putting to Work the Model of Entrepreneurship in Japan
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Ch Chapter 12 Evolution of Entrepreneurship in Japan: Analysis of its Changing Sub-system
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Ch Chapter 13 Entrepreneurship in Japan: Interpretation of Findings
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Ch Chapter 14 The Entrepreneur in Rule-Based Economics: Summary of Findings and Research Outlook
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Ch Chapter 15 Policy Design in Rule-Based Economics: Implications for Entrepreneurship in Japan
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Ch Chapter 16 Rule-Based Economics in Empirical Practice: Effective Tool for Theory Building
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Ch Chapter 17 Appendices
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Ch Chapter 2 The Rule-Based Approach in the Analysis of Economic Change
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Ch Chapter 3 The Rule-Based Economy and the Function of the Entrepreneur
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Ch Chapter 4 The Entrepreneurial Process in Terms of Rules
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Ch Chapter 5 Construction of Empirical Models: The System of Factor Rules (SFR)
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Ch Chapter 6 Changing and Meta-stable Sub-systems (CSS and MSSS)
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Ch Chapter 7 Analysis of the Changing Sub-sytem (CSS): Developing and Testing of Hypotheses
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Ch Chapter 8 Rule-Based Economics in Empirical Practice: An Exemplar
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Ch Chapter 9 Assembling the Model of Entrepreneurship in Japan: The System of Factor Rules (SFR)
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