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Economics without Entrepreneurship or Institutions: A Vocabulary Analysis of Graduate Textbooks

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  • Dan Johansson
Keywords bounded rationality, economic freedom, entrepreneur, innovation, institution, invention, property rights, tacit knowledge, textbooks, PhD programs, education
Volume Number 1
Issue Number 3
Pages 515-538
File URL Economics without Entrepreneurship or Institutions: A Vocabulary Analysis of Graduate Textbooks
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Publication year 2004

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