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Parker frames the impact of entrepreneurship from three perspectives: individual, regional and national or global economies. Individual entrepreneurs earn, on average, more than employees and are more socially mobile in some countries. Regional aspects of entrepreneurship highlight to role of agglomeration affects and industry differences while the national view focuses on the entry and exit of new firms and its relationship to productivity and wealth creation. Unsurprisingly, ways to stimulate and support entrepreneurship have been the focus of policies all over the world, a tempting target for future research.
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This research review discusses the role of entrepreneurship in recessions. Simon Parker has selected the key contributions to the literature, which seek to explain why economies enter into and emerge from recession, and the involvement of entrepreneurs in this process. A central theme is the contribution of entrepreneurship to the creation and propagation of business cycles. A combination of theoretical and empirical studies is included, and there is a particular focus on a salient issue which arises in recessions, namely unemployment.
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