Concerting Enterepreneurship: An International Public Good

STRUCTURAL PARTNERING FOR A NEW ECONOMY: COMPLEMENTARY ENTRENEURSHIP FOR BALANCED INTERDEPENDENCE, Pier Carlo Padoan, Gavin Boyd, eds., pp. 199-226, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

28 Pages Posted: 19 Jan 2010

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Christopher J. Coyne

George Mason University - Department of Economics

Peter J. Boettke

George Mason University - Department of Economics

Date Written: 2005

Abstract

There is little contention that entrepreneurship is the driver of economic growth (Leff, 1979; Kasper and Streit, 1998; Kirzner, 1985; Boettke and Coyne, 2003).* Globalization - specifi cally, ever-expanding technologies and avenues into economic markets throughout the world - characterize today’s economic environment in which the entrepreneur must act. This ever-growing interdependence is illustrated by the relationship between the United States (USA) and the European Union (EU).

JEL Classification: B53

Suggested Citation

Coyne, Christopher J. and Boettke, Peter J., Concerting Enterepreneurship: An International Public Good (2005). STRUCTURAL PARTNERING FOR A NEW ECONOMY: COMPLEMENTARY ENTRENEURSHIP FOR BALANCED INTERDEPENDENCE, Pier Carlo Padoan, Gavin Boyd, eds., pp. 199-226, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1538408

Christopher J. Coyne

George Mason University - Department of Economics ( email )

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Peter J. Boettke (Contact Author)

George Mason University - Department of Economics ( email )

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Fairfax, VA 22030
United States
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