IZA/Kauffman Foundation Policy Panel "Entrepreneurship in Developing Economies"
In this panel, we will discuss: - to what extent entrepreneurs are able to substantially influence economic development and wealth creation in an economy; - to what extent the regulatory environment in developed and developing economies explains the differences in outcomes, or whether other institutional factors are also important; - what can be done to enhance entrepreneurial creativity in developing economies; - why vested interests prevent regulatory reforms in many developing economies, and why few governments – in particular in transition economies – succeed in making such reforms; - who needs to take the lead in transforming developing economies so that entrepreneurs become “change agents” in the sense that their activities can be more productively exploited; and - whether there are any best practice models for such transitions.
|Organizers:||Institute for the Study of Labor (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit IZA), Germany Kauffman Foundation|
|Conference venue:||Washington, DC, Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center, 3800 Reservoir Road|
Event Manager: Viola Hartmann (firstname.lastname@example.org), Phone: +49-228-38 94 7201
|Classification:||K2 - Regulation and Business Law ; L2 - Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behavior ; L5 - Regulation and Industrial Policy ; M1 - Business Administration ; O2 - Development Planning and Policy|
|Event type:||Sonstige Veranstaltungsarten; other event types|