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ABSTRACT. Economists have rediscovered institutions as the key to prosperity and growth over the past two decades, aided by the development of new measures of the scope of government. Research has also established the role of entrepreneurship in explaining differences in growth across nations. This paper introduces a special issue of this journal focusing on entrepreneurship as linking market institutions and growth and prosperity. The contributions are both theoretical and empirical, and include empirical examinations of both U.S. state and international data sets. pp. 1–11

Keywords: entrepreneurship, institutions, growth
JEL Codes: L26, D02, O40

Scott Beaulier
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Johnson Center for Political Economy, Troy University
Daniel Sutter
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Johnson Center for Political Economy, Troy University

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