Is business failure due to lack of effort? Empirical evidence from a large administrive sample.

M. Ejrnaes, S. Hochguertel

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherTinbergen Institute
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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NameTI Discussion paper
No.08-065/3

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Ejrnaes, M., & Hochguertel, S. (2008). Is business failure due to lack of effort? Empirical evidence from a large administrive sample. (TI Discussion paper; No. 08-065/3). Amsterdam: Tinbergen Institute.
Ejrnaes, M. ; Hochguertel, S. / Is business failure due to lack of effort? Empirical evidence from a large administrive sample. Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 2008. (TI Discussion paper; 08-065/3).
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Ejrnaes, M & Hochguertel, S 2008 'Is business failure due to lack of effort? Empirical evidence from a large administrive sample.' TI Discussion paper, no. 08-065/3, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam.

Is business failure due to lack of effort? Empirical evidence from a large administrive sample. / Ejrnaes, M.; Hochguertel, S.

Amsterdam : Tinbergen Institute, 2008. (TI Discussion paper; No. 08-065/3).

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