Entrepreneurship and Inequality


  • Dahl, Michael S. (Bevillingshaver)
  • Cserpes, Tünde (Projektdeltager)
  • Thrane, Claus (Projektdeltager)
  • Sorenson, Olav, Yale School of Management, USA (Projektdeltager)
  • Burton, M. Diane, Cornell University, USA (Projektdeltager)
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To date, the social scientific evidence linking entrepreneurship, individuals’ lives, and economic inequality and prosperity remains limited at best. We know little about the jobs created by new firms and how the risk of firm failure affects the careers and life courses of individuals. Who are the beneficiaries of entrepreneurial activity? These are important questions for policy makers, employees, investors, educators, and scholars to consider and ones that this project aims to answer.

Funded by AUFF Nova Grant.


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