2006–2010

How Human Capital Affects Self-Employment among the Science and Technology Labor Force

Reprint No. 2010:9

Author(s): Johan Wiklund, Frédéric Delmar and Karin HellerstedtYear: 2010 Title: Entrepreneurship and the Creation of Small Firms. Empirical Studies of New Ventures Chapter: 5Editor(s): Carin Holmquist and Johan WiklundPublisher: Edward ElgarCity: Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA Pages: 91–114
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Reference:
Wiklund, Johan, Frédéric Delmar and Karin Hellerstedt (2010), "How Human Capital Affects Self-Employment among the Science and Technology Labor Force". Chapter 5, pp. 91–114 in Carin Holmquist and Johan Wiklund, eds., Entrepreneurship and the Creation of Small Firms. Empirical Studies of New Ventures. Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

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