Why Does Sweden Have So Many Start-Ups?

2017-09-28 Atlantic Monthly

Stockholm produces the second-highest number of billion-dollar tech companies per capita, after Silicon Valley, wrote Atlantic Monthly. Lars Persson, IFN, is being interviewed stating that “Until 1991, the Swedish tax system disfavored new, small, and less capital-intensive firms while favoring large firms and institutional ownership.” In addition a study about intrapreneurship by Mikael Stenkula, IFN, is referred to in the article.

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