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An Analysis of the Effect of Government Effectiveness on the Aggregate Level of Entrepreneurial Activities

Khomenko, Maksym LU (2014) EKHM52 20141
Department of Economic History
Abstract
A level of entrepreneurial activities is widely considered as one of the key characteristics of economy in the context of economic development. However, empirical evidence and theoretical models failed to achieve a consensus with regard to the mechanism underlying existence of a certain
level of entrepreneurial activities. This thesis, based on the extensive matching theory literature, considers a level of entrepreneurial ctivities through the labour market theory. To be more precise, a choice between seeking an employment as a worker or creating a number of vacancies, depending on the individual characteristics, thus becoming an entrepreneur, is considered. Therefore, this ‘mechanism’ is expected to account for a certain level of... (More)
A level of entrepreneurial activities is widely considered as one of the key characteristics of economy in the context of economic development. However, empirical evidence and theoretical models failed to achieve a consensus with regard to the mechanism underlying existence of a certain
level of entrepreneurial activities. This thesis, based on the extensive matching theory literature, considers a level of entrepreneurial ctivities through the labour market theory. To be more precise, a choice between seeking an employment as a worker or creating a number of vacancies, depending on the individual characteristics, thus becoming an entrepreneur, is considered. Therefore, this ‘mechanism’ is expected to account for a certain level of entrepreneurial activities which exists in the economy. Based on obtained theoretical results, an empirical analysis is conducted in order to empirically support the results. (Less)
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author
Khomenko, Maksym LU
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EKHM52 20141
year
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H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Entrepreneurial activities, entrepreneurship, institutions, government quality, matching model, labour market.
language
English
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4467072
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2014-06-17 12:17:06
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  abstract     = {A level of entrepreneurial activities is widely considered as one of the key characteristics of economy in the context of economic development. However, empirical evidence and theoretical models failed to achieve a consensus with regard to the mechanism underlying existence of a certain 
level of entrepreneurial activities. This thesis, based on the extensive matching theory literature, considers a level of entrepreneurial ctivities through the labour market theory. To be more precise, a choice between seeking an employment as a worker or creating a number of vacancies, depending on the individual characteristics, thus becoming an entrepreneur, is considered. Therefore, this ‘mechanism’ is expected to account for a certain level of entrepreneurial activities which exists in the economy. Based on obtained theoretical results, an empirical analysis is conducted in order to empirically support the results.},
  author       = {Khomenko, Maksym},
  keyword      = {Entrepreneurial activities,entrepreneurship,institutions,government quality,matching model,labour market.},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {An Analysis of the Effect of Government Effectiveness on the Aggregate Level of Entrepreneurial Activities},
  year         = {2014},
}