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L'entrepreneuriat, le territoire et les conditions de leurs dynamiques cumulatives


  • Marcus Dejardin

    () (Faculté des Sciences économiques, sociales et de gestion, FUNDP - Facultés Universitaires Notre Dame de la Paix (FUNDP) - Namur)


The Neo-Austrian contribution as regardsentrepreneurship is inserted within a dynamic settingtaking account the regional fact. An introduction tothe Kirznerian theory of entrepreneurship is firstproposed. We deal more specifically with the conceptof alertness, the absence of entrepreneurial cost froman analytical viewpoint, and the costs and incomesexpected from entrepreneurial action, relative toother kinds of activities, in situation of incompletesystem of markets. The occupational choice byindividuals and the effects of entrepreneurship oneconomic growth are then discussed since theregional dimension of economic activities isintroduced into the argumentation. A systemicapproach of occupational choice and growth results inhighlighting that the effects of entrepreneurial actionon economic growth cannot be considered withoutdifficulty independently of the feed-back effects onthe individual occupational choice parameters, afortiori in reference to a whole set of localizedeconomic resources and activities in interrelationshipor interaction.

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  • Marcus Dejardin, 2006. "L'entrepreneuriat, le territoire et les conditions de leurs dynamiques cumulatives," Post-Print halshs-00089329, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00089329
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    1. Nadeem Ul Haque, 2007. "Entrepreneurship in Pakistan," Microeconomics Working Papers 22190, East Asian Bureau of Economic Research.
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    3. Marcus Dejardin & Martin Carree, 2011. "Firm Entry and Exit in Local Markets: Market Pull and Unemployment Push," Working Papers 1114, University of Namur, Department of Economics.
    4. Anne Musson, 2011. "Gouvernance territoriale durable via les PME : L’exemple de la région Aquitaine," Larefi Working Papers 1103, Larefi, Université Bordeaux 4.
    5. Marcus Dejardin, 2010. "La création d'entreprises et ses rapports au territoire," Post-Print halshs-00618267, HAL.

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    Entrepreneurship; territory; growth; Entrepreneuriat; territoire; croissance; Kirzner;

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