6 Pages Posted: 5 Apr 2012 Last revised: 30 Jan 2013
Date Written: November 4, 2011
Diversity matters, both at the firm and at the macro-economic level. This is the driving mission of JEOD. While the importance of diversity is already quite well recognized in other disciplines as a major source of wellbeing and quality of life, an open discussion on diversity in economics (meaning both diversity of enterprise types and diversity in the possible combinations of public and private sector roles in different economic systems) has long been taboo. JEOD wants to remove this anomaly.
Keywords: entrepreneurial forms, institutional diversity, role of the market and the state, nonprofit organizations, social capital and economic development
JEL Classification: D20, L21, L26, L31, L32, L33
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