Entrepreneurial Ventures and the Developmental State: Lessons from the Advanced Economies
A basic intellectual challenge for those concerned with the poverty of nations is to come to grips with the nature and causes of the wealth of the worldâ€™s wealthier nations. One might then be in a position to inform the poorer nations how they might achieve similar outcomes. This paper is organized around what is called â€˜the theory of innovative enterpriseâ€™, a perspective derived from the historical and comparative study of the development of the advanced economies. [Discussion Paper No. 2008/01]
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