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Entrepreneurship in Brazil, China, and Russia | 10-06-2009
The project was implemented for the World Bank.

Project Dates: 2004 — 2006 

Project Summary:

The project was aimed at studying entrepreneurship taking into consideration all the institutional, social and personal factors and data gathered in three large transition countries: Russia, Brazil, China.

Both entrepreneurs and non- entrepreneurs were studied regarding their difference in personal characteristics, skills, education level, traits of character, family status, social background, social ties, values and beliefs, their perception of institutional, social and economic environment in which business functions, in order to determine in such a way the role all these factors play in entrepreneurship development under different conditions.

Working Papers:

# 66. Entrepreneurship in Brazil, China, and Russia
Simeon Djankov (World Bank), Yingyi Qian (UC Berkeley), Gérard Roland (UC Berkeley), Ekaterina Zhuravskaya (CEFIR)

# 49. Entrepreneurship in China and Russia Compared
Simeon Djankov (World Bank), Yingyi Qian (UC Berkeley), Gérard Roland (UC Berkeley), Ekaterina Zhuravskaya (CEFIR)

#48. Who are Russia’s entrepreneurs?
Simeon Djankov (World Bank), Edward Miguel (UC Berkeley and NBER), Yingyi Qian (UC Berkeley and CEPR), Grard Roland (UC Berkeley and CEPR),
Ekaterina Zhuravskaya (CEFIR and CEPR)

# 47. Who Are China’s Entrepreneurs?
Simeon Djankov, Yingyi Qian, Gérard Roland, Ekaterina Zhuravskaya

# 46. Entrepreneurship: First Results from Russia
Simeon Djankov (World Bank), Edward Miguel, Yingyi Qian and Gérard Roland (all from University of California, Berkeley), and  Ekaterina Zhuravskaya
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