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Cities and Entrepreneurship
with Edward L. Glaeser, William C. Strange
Conference held May 1-2, 2009
Published in January 2010 by Journal of Urban Economics, Vol. 67, no. 1

Working Papers and Chapters

February 2010Small Establishments/Big Effects: Agglomeration, Industrial Organization and Entrepreneurship
with William C. Strange
in Agglomeration Economics, Edward L. Glaeser, editor
January 2010Urban Economics and Entrepreneurship
with Edward L. Glaeser, William C, Strange
in Cities and Entrepreneurship, Edward L. Glaeser, Stuart S. Rosenthal and William C. Strange, organizers
Violent Crime, Entrepreneurship, and Cities
with Amanda Ross
in Cities and Entrepreneurship, Edward L. Glaeser, Stuart S. Rosenthal and William C. Strange, organizers
November 2009Urban Economics and Entrepreneurship
with Edward L. Glaeser, William C. Strange: w15536
Research on entrepreneurship often examines the local dimensions of new business formation. The local environment influences the choices of entrepreneurs; entrepreneurial success influences the local economy. Yet modern urban economics has paid relatively little attention to entrepreneurs. This essay introduces a special issue of Journal of Urban Economics dedicated to the geography of entrepreneurship. The paper frames the core questions facing researchers interested in assessing the local causes and consequences of entrepreneurship, perturbs a core urban model to incorporate entrepreneurship, and concludes by offering an agenda for future work on the spatial aspects of entrepreneurship.

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