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Entrepreneurship, Mobility, Economic Development, and Stagnation of the South Florida Economy

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  • Moncarz Raul

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South Florida is an area where entrepreneurship is very much alive. South Florida is a new frontier; a hundred-year-old region than is constantly changing, growing and evolving as it carves out new niches through the mobility of its local and foreign entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurship manifested locally has opened new frontiers for the region and, as a consequence, for frontiers all over the world. Entrepreneurship opportunities challenge South Floridians to sink or swim in the turbulent waters of international trade and finance.The main objective in this article is to explore the contribution of entrepreneurship and other variables to the economy of South Florida. Although entrepreneurship has played in the past and continues to have at present, a very important role in the area's economy, its future position is far from being assured.

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  • Moncarz Raul, 2007. "Entrepreneurship, Mobility, Economic Development, and Stagnation of the South Florida Economy," Global Economy Journal, De Gruyter, vol. 7(3), pages 1-26, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:bpj:glecon:v:7:y:2007:i:3:n:5
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