Ed Glaeser on Why Some Cities Are More Entrepreneurial

Lynne Kiesling Ed Glaeser has a very interesting post and an accompanying working paper on differences in entrepreneurship across cities. His post covers some history of entrepreneurship in economics (he mentions Smith, Marshall, Schumpeter, Knight, and Chinitz, but not Cantillon), how to measure entrepreneurship, and some preliminary results from their working paper: The big fact … More Ed Glaeser on Why Some Cities Are More Entrepreneurial