Making Poor Nations Rich Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development

Powell, Benjamin, Lal, Deepak

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FOR FREE
AUTHOR
Powell, Benjamin, Lal, Deepak
DATE
2007
ISBN
9780804757324
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
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6,24 MB
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BOOK DESCRIPTION

Why do some nations become rich while other remain poor? Using case studies from Asia and Africa to Latin America and Europe, this text argues for examining the critical role entrepreneurs and the institutional environment of private property rights and economic freedom play in economic development.Powell, Benjamin is the author of 'Making Poor Nations Rich Entrepreneurship and the Process of Economic Development', published 2007 under ISBN 9780804757324 and ISBN 0804757321.

...s attempt to further develop the theory of entrepreneurship ... Making Poor Nations Rich : Entrepreneurship and the ... ... . Fourteen chapters of the book cover the most important issues of our time: wealth and poverty of nations, the role of entrepreneurship in economic and human development, economic performance of transitional economies with the stories of both winners and losers." Making Poor Nations Rich is a serious attempt to further develop the theory of entrepreneurship. Fourteen chapters ofthe book cover the most important iss ... Making Poor Nations Rich: Entrepreneurship and the Process ... ... . Fourteen chapters ofthe book cover the most important issues of our time: wealth and poverty of nations, the role of entrepreneurship in economic and human development, economic performance oftransitional economies with the Making Poor Nations Rich begins by explaining how entrepreneurs create economic growth and why some institutional environments encourage more productive entrepreneurship than others. The volume then addresses countries and regions that have failed to develop because of barriers to entrepreneurship. Finally, the authors turn to countries that Making Poor Nations Rich begins by explaining how entrepreneurs create economic growth and why some institutional environments encourage more productive entrepreneurship than others. The volume ... "Making Poor Nations Rich" begins by explaining how entrepreneurs create economic growth and why some institutional environments encourage more productive entr...