Nascent Entrepreneurs

  title={Nascent Entrepreneurs},
  author={Joachim Wagner},
  journal={IZA Institute of Labor Economics Discussion Paper Series},
  • J. Wagner
  • Published 1 September 2004
  • Business
  • IZA Institute of Labor Economics Discussion Paper Series
Nascent entrepreneurs are people who are engaged in creating new ventures. This chapter reviews the international evidence on how many of them are there around the world, what they are doing, who they are, what makes them different, and which ones see their vision through to eventual start-up. 
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