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Financial and Institutional Reforms for an Entrepreneurial Society

In this paper, we introduce the special issue on Financial and Institutional Reforms for an Entrepreneurial Society in Europe. There are many reasons for Europe to want to make the transition to a more Entrepreneurial Society. And for decades now, policy makers are trying to bring that transition about with variations on the “educate, deregulate and finance” approach to...

Institutions, entrepreneurship, and economic growth in Europe

Institutions have a decisive impact on the prevalence and nature of entrepreneurship. To date, the impact of institutions on (productive) entrepreneurship and the effects of entrepreneurship on economic growth have largely been investigated in isolation. In this paper, we bring together institutions, entrepreneurship, and economic growth using a parsimonious growth model in a...

International product life cycles, trade and development stages

In this paper we first propose a proxy for early stage activity in a country’s exports based on product life cycle theory. Employing a conditional latent class model, we then examine the relationship between this measure and economic growth for 93 countries during the period 1988–2005. We find that the impact of early stage activity differs across three clusters of countries. And...

Consequences of Reform: Penny Pether on Rape Law in Illinois and Australia

: Penny Pether on Rape Law in Illinois and CONSEQUENCES OF REFORM: PENNY PETHER ON RAPE LAW IN ILLINOIS AND AUSTRALIA MARK SANDERS* WLaw and the Jury Instruction Simplification Project,1 I found it a

INSTITUTIONAL REGIMES, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND GROWTH IN EUROPEAN REGIONS (SUMMARY)

Mark Sanders, Universiteit Utrecht , The Netherlands 3 31 3025 36347; Utrecht University School of Economics; Postbus 80125, 3508 TC Utrecht Krista Bruns Recommended Citation Bruns, Krista; Bosma, Niels

Patents, knowledge spillovers, and entrepreneurship

We develop an endogenous-growth model in which we distinguish between inventors and innovators. This distinction implies that stronger protection of intellectual property rights has an inverted U-shaped effect on economic growth. Intellectual property rights protection attributes part of the rents of commercial exploitation to the inventor that would otherwise accrue to the...

Scientific Paradigms, Entrepreneurial Opportunities and Cycles in Economic Growth

In this paper I present a model of economic growth that combines insights from endogenous growth theory, the field of entrepreneurship research and the philosophy and economics of science. The model is built on three relatively standard assumptions and a Kuhnian approach to scientific knowledge accumulation. I assume that innovation generates economic growth, that opportunity...

Low-dose intravenous immunoglobulin treatment for complex regional pain syndrome (LIPS): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Background Longstanding complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is refractory to treatment with established analgesic drugs in most cases, and for many patients, alternative pain treatment approaches, such as with neuromodulation devices or rehabilitation methods, also do not work. The development of novel, effective treatment technologies is, therefore, important. There are...

Self Management Activation Randomised Trial for Prostatitis (SMART-P): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

(Urol) Specialist Registrar in Urology Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Colney Lane Norwich, NR4 7UY Dr Mark Sanders MD FRCA Consultant Anaesthetist Norfolk and Norwich

Renegotiating Responsibility After Apartheid: Listening to Perpetrator Testimony

, Columbia University; B.A. (Hons.), 1990 , University of Cape Town. 18. See generally Mark Sanders, Truth, Telling, Questioning: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Antjie Krog's Country of My Skull, and

Sleep-Disordered Breathing and Impaired Glucose Metabolism in Normal-Weight and Overweight/Obese Individuals: The Sleep Heart Health Study

SINZIANA SEICEAN H. LESTER KIRCHNER PHD DANIEL J. GOTTLIEB NARESH M. PUNJABI PHD HELAINE RESNICK PHD MARK SANDERS ROHIT BUDHIRAJA MENDEL SINGER PHD SUSAN REDLINE C a r d i o v a s c u l a r a n d