Determinantes de la dinámica del autoempleo y sus implicaciones sobre la efectividad de la política de promoción empresarial

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  • José María Millán Universidad de Huelva
  • Emilio Congregado Universidad de Huelva
  • Concepción Román Universidad de Huelva

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https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.le.n72a6499

Palabras clave:

iniciativa empresarial, autoempleo, entrada, éxito, políticas públicas

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Determinantes de la dinámica del autoempleo y sus implicaciones sobre la efectividad de la política de promoción empresarial Resumen: Este trabajo resume los principales resultados de las investigaciones empíricas sobre la dinámica del autoempleo —en particular entrada y éxito— y discute sus posibles implicaciones sobre la efectividad de la política de promoción empresarial. El principal objetivo de este trabajo es estimular un debate que contribuya al desarrollo de futuros análisis condicionales, para guiar el diseño de la agenda política en este campo. 

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Millán, J. M., Congregado, E., & Román, C. (2010). Determinantes de la dinámica del autoempleo y sus implicaciones sobre la efectividad de la política de promoción empresarial. Lecturas De Economía, 72(72), 45–76. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.le.n72a6499

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