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Entrepreneurial Wage Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy

Korobow, Adam K.

Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2002, XV, 125 p.

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The role that small firms and entrepreneurship play in economic development has been particularly contentious. Joseph Schumpeter (1911), in his early work, argued that through a process of "creative destruction," small and new firms would serve as agents of change and a catalyst for innovation and growth. But, he later rescinded this view, instead concluding that large corporations were the engines of growth. Just as it seemed that a consensus had emerged among scholars and policy makers that small business was at best superfluous and at worst a drag on growth and economic development, David Birch provided evidence that, in fact, small firms were the engines of job creation. The early skepticism of challenge to Birch's findings revolved around methodology and measurement. However, a wave of subsequent studies by different authors, spanning different time periods, sectors, and even countries, generally confirmed Birch's original findings-for most developed countries and in most time periods, small business has provided most of the job creation.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Entrepreneurship - entrepreneur - growth - performance

Related subjects » Economic Growth - Entrepreneurship - Industrial Organization - Labor Economics

Table of contents 

List of Figures. List of Tables. Foreword. Acknowledgements. 1. New Firms, Wages, and the Knowledge Economy. 2. Review of the Literature. 3. Firm-Size, Wages, and the Role of Knowledge. 4. Measurement: The Data Base. 5. Measuring and Comparing the Wage Trajectories of New and Small Firms in Different Sectors: Does Knowledge Intensity Play a Role? 6. Conclusions and Findings. Index.

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