Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy


Enterprise and Innovation

Table Of Contents: Volume 7 Issue 4

The Schumpeterian shock at General Motors in the 1920’s

Seth W. Norton

The purpose of this paper is to examine the link between Joseph Schumpeter’s economics and the rise of General Motors (GM).

An evaluation of German active labour market policies: a review of the empirical evidence

Moritz Zoellner, Michael Fritsch, Michael Wyrwich

The purpose of this paper is to review the results of studies that investigate the most important active labour market policy (ALMP) measures in Germany. A focus is also…

Exploring innovation creation across rural and urban firms

Giri Aryal, John Mann, Scott Loveridge, Satish Joshi

The innovation creation literature primarily focuses on urban firms/regions or relies heavily on these data; less studied are rural firms and areas in this regard. The…

Visions of entrepreneurship policy

David S. Lucas, Caleb S. Fuller, Ennio E. Piano, Christopher J. Coyne

The purpose of this paper is to present and compare alternative theoretical frameworks for understanding entrepreneurship policy: targeted interventions to increase…

Institutional barriers to productive public-sector entrepreneurship

Brian Strow, Claudia Strow

The purpose of this paper is to outline barriers to public-sector entrepreneurship and explore the impact of those barriers on population shifts within the USA.

Sovereign entrepreneurship

Alexander Salter

The purpose of this paper is to develop a theory of sovereign entrepreneurship, which is a special kind of political entrepreneurship.



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