Published on December 05, 2017
The Geography of Firm Dynamics provides methods and data to measure and analyse business demography across OECD regions. It first discusses the methodological challenges of measuring consistently the creation and destruction of businesses at the subnational scale and from an international perspective. Second, it presents a novel database that not only makes such comparison possible but also provides the basis for an analysis of the major trends in business dynamics across regions. The report identifies regional factors that are associated with entrepreneurship and also examines the impact of business creation on regional employment. The Geography of Firm Dynamics provides a tool for national and local policy makers to design strategies for healthier business environments that are tailored to the specific characteristics of each region, thereby boosting prosperity.
|Foreword and Acknowledgements|
|The case for regional business demography|
|Measuring business demography at the level of regions: Methods and challenges|
|Regional dynamics from an enterprise approach|
|Regional business employment dynamics|
|Measuring regional business employment dynamics from micro-aggregation of administrative data|
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Paolo VENERI (Paolo.VENERI@oecd.org)
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