Do Public Subsidies Have an Impact on New Firm Survival? An Empirical Study with French Data
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- Lionel Désiage & Richard Duhautois & Dominique Redor, 2010. "Do Public Subsidies Have an Impact on New Firm Survival? An Empirical Study with French Data," TEPP Working Paper 2010-04, TEPP.
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Keywordsfirm survival; matched database; propensity score matching; firm performance;
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