2018

A Reform Strategy for a More Innovative and Entrepreneurial Europe

Reprint No. 2018:63

Author(s): Magnus HenreksonYear: 2018 Title: Prosperity through Trade and Structural Reform – Festschrift in Honour of Per Magnus Wijkman Editor(s): Emil Ems and Thorvaldur GylfasonPublisher: Dialogos FörlagCity: Stockholm Pages: 175–198

A Reform Strategy for a More Innovative and Entrepreneurial Europe Magnus Henrekson


The European Union suffers from an innovation deficit, which must be remedied if the EU is to improve the quality of life of its citizens and remain competitive in the global marketplace. In order to do so, more productive entrepreneurship is required. This article analyses how Europe's institutional framework conditions could become more supportive of entrepreneurship and innovation, and outlines a reform strategy to achieve this objective.


Reference:
Henrekson, Magnus (2018), "A Reform Strategy for a More Innovative and Entrepreneurial Europe". Pp. 175–198 in Emil Ems and Thorvaldur Gylfason, eds., Prosperity through Trade and Structural Reform – Festschrift in Honour of Per Magnus Wijkman. Stockholm: Dialogos Förlag.

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