2020

Seven Steps Toward Inclusive, Innovative, and Sustainable Growth

Reprint No. 2020:29

Author(s): Mark Sanders, Axel Marx and Mikael StenkulaYear: 2020 Title: The Entrepreneurial Society – A Reform Strategy for Italy, Germany and the UK Chapter: 1Editor(s): Mark Sanders, Axel Marx and Mikael StenkulaPublisher: SpringerCity: Berlin Pages: 1–6

Seven Steps Toward Inclusive, Innovative, and Sustainable Growth Mark Sanders, Axel Marx and Mikael Stenkula


In this chapter, the editors introduce and motivate the approach in this volume. Although this volume brings together contributions from different authors, the chapters all flow directly from the work that was done in the European H2020 research project Financial and Institutional Reforms for the Entrepreneurial Society that was conducted between 2015 and 2018. The first four chapters present and illustrate the multidisciplinary tools that fill the diagnostic toolkit developed in the project. Then three chapters illustrate how these tools can be usefully applied in different institutional contexts in the European Union, namely in Italy, Germany, and the UK.


Reference:
Sanders, Mark, Axel Marx and Mikael Stenkula (2020), "Seven Steps Toward Inclusive, Innovative, and Sustainable Growth". Chapter 1, pp. 1–6 in Mark Sanders, Axel Marx and Mikael Stenkula, eds., The Entrepreneurial Society – A Reform Strategy for Italy, Germany and the UK. Berlin: Springer.

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