University of Cologne - Institute for Economic Policy
Nascent Entrepreneurs, Germany, Regions
nascent entrepreneurs, Regional Entrepreneurship Monitor, Germany
Entrepreneurship, Germany, Regional Milieu Joachim
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entrepreneurship, clusters, industrial agglomerations, socioeconomics, neoclassical economics, Germany
Entrepreneurial activity, Business assistance programs, Business conditions, Cultural attitudes, Venture capital, Regional differences, Debt capital, Entrepreneurial environment, Entrepreneurship education, Early stage financing, Gender, Demographics, Cultural values, Females, Regulations, Economic growth, Employee training, Public policies, Risk orientation, Taxes, Males
German Federal Labour Office, Industry clusters, Price signals, External networks, Public policies, Regions, Socioeconomic factors, Clusters
High technology industries, Startups, Public policies, R&D, Industrial research, Regional development, Regional expansion, Regional policies, Technology policies
Entrepreneurial activity, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), High growth firms, Regional development, Economic development, Developing countries, Economic growth, Developed countries, Startup rates, Knowledge spillovers, Innovation process, Public policies
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