Market Entry and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries

In order for entrepreneurship to take hold in developing countries opportunities must be created for entrepreneurs to learn from the experiences of others with new firm creation, managing firms through their life cycles and even closing down failed firms.  This report analyzes the need for policymakers in developing countries to focus on failure and demonstration externalities and adopt policies that ease the process of “market entry” so that entrepreneurs have greater freedom to act, learn and, hopefully, provide benefits to themselves and society as a whole. 

 

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