Exploring the Entrepreneurial Society
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Exploring the Entrepreneurial Society

Institutions, Behaviors and Outcomes

Edited by Jean Bonnet, Marcus Dejardin and Domingo García-Pérez-De-Lema

Entrepreneurship is the engine of economic development, which in turn impacts upon the challenges facing future entrepreneurs. This timely book explores institutional, behavioural and policy issues of primary importance to understanding the entrepreneurial society. Topics covered include entrepreneurship in relation to formal and informal institutions; entrepreneurial choice, orientation and success; entrepreneurial behaviours; entrepreneurial finance, growth and economic crises; and entrepreneurship, social dimensions and outcomes.
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Chapter 16: Does the financial crisis make SMEs reluctant to ask for finance in Luxembourg?

Serge Allegrezza, Leila Ben Aoun-Peltier, Anne Dubrocard and Solène Larue

Abstract

Serge Allegrezza, Leila Ben Aoun-Peltier, Anne Dubrocard and Solène Larue analyse the determinants of finance seeking by Luxembourgish independent small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) during and after the 2007–2009 financial crisis. The data used are taken from the ‘Access to Finance for SMEs’ survey coordinated by Eurostat. The study is conducted for the different types of funding considered (i.e. loans, equity and other sources), together and separately, and by distinguishing manufacturing from services firms. Regressions estimate how much individual characteristics, past behaviour and business environment perceptions affect decisions about seeking or not seeking external finance.

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