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A substantial literature claims that the strong increase in inequality over the last decade in Western industrial countries such as the United States (US) would lead to increasing tensions between different socio-economic groups which might in turn hamper economic growth. The population’s fading...
In this paper, we compare the efficiency of the Italian and German universities in the process of transforming public funding into the multiple outputs of a university, i.e. graduating students, publishing research, and patenting activity. We do this with a particular focus on the policies...
The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between an entrepreneur’s experience and education and his/her reliance on alternative sources of knowledge for exploring new business opportunities. The extant literature that is at the crossroads between sources of knowledge and the...
The impact of freedom on economic growth has attracted significant attention from researchers and policy makers around the globe. Besides notions of economic freedom, a rapidly growing body of literature stresses the role of personal freedoms and tolerance. It is argued that tolerance is...
Despite the growing popularity of investment-based crowdfunding, we know little about what platforms do before the campaign. This is among the first studies to provide cross-platform evidence on investment-based crowdfunding. First, we describe the regulation and development over time of...
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