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In this book Baumol seeks to bring entrepreneurship back into the body of mainstream economic theory. MIT Press began publishing journals in 1970 with the first volumes of Linguistic Inquiry and the Journal of Interdisciplinary History

In this book Baumol seeks to bring entrepreneurship back into the body of mainstream economic theory. In particular, he studies the effect of the allocation of entrepreneurs between productive and unproductive activities on an economy's performance. MIT Press began publishing journals in 1970 with the first volumes of Linguistic Inquiry and the Journal of Interdisciplinary History. Today we publish over 30 titles in the arts and humanities, social sciences, and science and technology.

Entrepreneurship, Management, and the Structure of Payoffs. William J. Baumol 1994. Baumol studies the effect of the allocation of entrepreneurs between productive and unproductive activities on an economy's performance. Technological innovation and the prospect for lifting regulatory barriers to entry, however, now expose at least some portions of the local exchange to competition from cable television systems, wireless telephony, and rival wireline systems.

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Institutions have a decisive impact on the prevalence and nature of entrepreneurship. To date, the impact of institutions on (productive) entrepreneurship and the effects of entrepreneurship on economic growth have largely been investigated in isolation. In this paper, we bring together institutions, entrepreneurship, and economic growth using a parsimonious growth model in a 3SLS specification.

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Entrepreneurship, Management, and the Structure of Payoffs. by William J. Baumol. Although it is admittedly difficult to theorize and make predictions on the innovative behavior and supply of entrepreneurs, William Baumol shows that by usually failing to incorporate entrepreneurship in their growth models, economists have omitted what can be a key contributor to economic growth.

Baumol, William . 1993, Entrepreneurship, Management and the Structure of Payoffs. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Entrepreneurship, Management and the Structure of Payoffs. Baumol, William . John C. Panzar and Robert D. Willig, 1982. Contestable Markets and the Theory of Industry Structure. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich

Entrepreneurship, Management and the Structure of Payoffs. 2002. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press. Baumol, William J. and Dietrich Fischer, 1978. San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Willig, 1983.

William Baumol's book, The Microtheory of Innovative Entrepreneurship is the first formal theoretical analysis of. .Entrepreneurship, Management and the Structure of Profit, 1993. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-34801-0.

William Baumol's book, The Microtheory of Innovative Entrepreneurship is the first formal theoretical analysis of the role of innovative entrepreneurs. Baumol wrote several textbooks in economics, including an introductory textbook with Alan Blinder titled Macroeconomics: Principles and Policy.

Baumol studies the effect of the allocation of entrepreneurs between productive and unproductive activities on an economy's performance.

Although it is admittedly difficult to theorize and make predictions on the innovative behavior and supply of entrepreneurs, William Baumol shows that by usually failing to incorporate entrepreneurship in their growth models, economists have omitted what can be a key contributor to economic growth. In this book Baumol seeks to bring entrepreneurship back into the body of mainstream economic theory. In particular, he studies the effect of the allocation of entrepreneurs between productive and unproductive activities on an economy's performance. Departing from the orthodox view that imitation retards technical progress by reducing the reward to innovation, Baumol asserts that entrepreneurs can spread and speed the adoption of new technology and ideas throughout a market. By persistently looking to depart from standard practices, entrepreneurs fuel change and help keep an economy from falling into a rut. Often these changes can improve efficiency, increase production, and spur growth. Baumol points out, however, that entrepreneurs do not always, or even usually, behave productively. He devotes several chapters to different types of misallocation of entrepreneurship, such as the mergers and acquisitions of the 1980s and frivolous lawsuits examples of the ways an entrepreneur will find to increase his or her share of the profits rather than produce more. Therefore, Baumol argues, it is important to the vitality of a free-enterprise society to provide incentives for making better use of entrepreneurial resources, and he suggests relevant changes in economic institutions.


Entrepreneurship, Management, and the Structure of Payoffs (MIT Press) download epub
Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Author: William J. Baumol
ISBN: 0262023601
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
Language: English
Publisher: The MIT Press (January 18, 1994)
Pages: 323 pages