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Entrepreneurship Spillover and the determinants of Key Sectors for new business creation: An inter-sectorial approach

Massón-Guerra, José Luis; Vendrell-Ferrero, Ferran;
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  • Published: 19 Sep 2008
Abstract
Whereas the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship focuses on the diffusion of innovative output and knowledge filter among new firms and industries (Acts, et al., 2005; Audrescht, 2007), it has not been studied the phenomenon of entrepreneurship dissemination or entrepreneurship spillover among sectors. From an adaptation of the model of input-output matrix (Leontief, 1936; Dietzenbacher and Los, 2002) we develop a methodology that allows calculating the concept of entrepreneurship spillover. Besides, using intra-sectorial data from the 73 Spanish sectors, we empirically test the characteristics of the sectors with more entrepreneurship spillover. In sh...
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free text keywords: Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Economic Growth, Multipliers, Leontief, Input Output Analysis,, jel:O30, jel:L26, jel:O4, jel:C67

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