Good times, bad times: entrepreneurship and the business cycle
This article introduces the special issue on Entrepreneurship and the Business Cycle, comprising articles presented at the workshop Good Times Bad Times: Entrepreneurship and the Cycle, held at the University of Valencia in November 2011. The workshop was organized to share insights about the under-researched issue of the interplay between entrepreneurship and cyclical dimensions of entrepreneurship.
KeywordsEntrepreneurship Entrepreneurship cycle Business cycle Business density Unemployment Job creation
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