Entrepreneurship and Growth: An International Historical Perspective - Tortella, Gabriel; Quiroga, Gloria
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A collection of eight articles by 17 specialists, this volume provides very recent research on the factors which contribute to the build up of entrepreneurship. Offers an international, comparative and historical perspective, with a special focus upon the Mediterranean.

Produktbeschreibung
A collection of eight articles by 17 specialists, this volume provides very recent research on the factors which contribute to the build up of entrepreneurship. Offers an international, comparative and historical perspective, with a special focus upon the Mediterranean.
Autorenporträt
MARIA INÉS BARBERO Professor of Economic and Business History at the Universidad de San Andrés, ArgentinaJAMES FOREMAN-PECK Professor of Economics at Cardiff University, UKJOSÉ LUIS GARCÍA RUIZ Associate Professor of Economic History at Complutense University of Madrid, SpainJUAN HERNÁNDEZ-ANDREU Doctor in Economics and Professor and Director of the Department of Economic History at the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, SpainALFONS MENDEZ Associate professor at the Universidad de les Illes Balears, SpainIGNACIO MORAL-ARCE Statistician and researcher at the Instituto de Estudios Fiscales (Ministry of Finance), SpainBEGOÑA MORENOCLARA EUGENIA NÚÑEZ Associate Professor of Economic History at the Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, SpainJOSÉ M. ORTIZ-VILLAJOS Associate Professor of Economic History at Complutense University of Madrid, SpainIOANNA SAPFO PEPELASIS Associate Professor of Economic History at the Athens University of Economics and Business, GreeceTEODOSIO PÉREZ-AMARAL Associate Professor of Econometrics at Complutense University of Madrid, SpainSONIA SOTOCA Associate Professor of Econometrics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, SpainPIER ANGELO TONINELLI Professor of Business and Contemporary History at the University of Milano-Bicocca, ItalyMICHELANGELO VASTA Professor of Economic History at University of Siena, ItalyEMMA ZAVARRONE Associate Professor of Applied Statistics at the Libera Università di Lingue e Comunicazione (IULM) in Milan, Italy
Inhaltsangabe
List of Tables List of Figures Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction; G.Tortella & G.Quiroga PART I: A MULTINATIONAL APPROACH A Tale of Four Countries: Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship in England, Scotland, France, Spain: A Comparative Approach; G.Tortella, G.Quiroga & I.Moral-Arce: PART II: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCES Entrepreneurs and Businessmen in Greece during the Long Nineteenth Century; J.Foreman-Peck & I.S.Pepelasis: Business Groups in Argentina during the Export-led Growth Period (1870-1914); M.I.Barbero Explaining Entrepreneurial Success: Evidence from the Italian Case (Nineteenth and Twentieth-centuries); P.Toninelli, M.A.Vasta & E.Zavarron PART III: THE SPANISH CASE Some Empirical Aspects of Entrepreneurship in Twentieth-century Spain; J.L.García-Ruiz & T.Pérez Amaral An Approach to Entrepreneurial Success and its Determinants: the Case of Spain'; J.M.Ortiz-Villajos& S.Sotoca PART IV: SOME LOCAL CASES: MINORCA AND MADRID Entrepreneurship and Development: The Minorcan Model; J.Hernández-Andreu & A.Méndez Did Spanish High Schools Breed Entrepreneurs? The Madrid Institutos of Cardenal Cisneros and San Isidro, 1860-1936; C.E.Núñez & B.Moreno Conclusions; G.Tortella & G.Quiroga Notes Bibliography Index