|Entrepreneurship is a hot issue, and a revival of entrepreneurship since the 1980's seems beyond doubt. Some speak of a shift from the managed to the entrepreneurial economy. Others speak of a regime switch in the relationship between entrepreneurship and innovation. However, a critical appraisal of the available data suggests that a renaissance of solo self-employment without employees may be the dominant development. Is then the revival of entrepreneurship mainly a labour market revolution? Or is there in fact a two-faced revolution in entrepreneurship? In his lecture Sander Wennekers will weigh the evidence.
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