New research shows surprisingly high productivity level for entrepreneurs


New research (in Danish) - 'Beskæftigelseseffekter af iværksætteri' - by Department of Economics Professor Anders Sørensen and colleagues Nikolaj Malchow-Møller (SDU) and Johan Kuhn from the Rockwool Foundation Research Unit shows that entrepreneurs have a higher productivity level than their established competitors. They create more jobs and also pay better salaries. More than 20,000 entrepreneurs establish a new company in Denmark every year.

Find link to more information about the study here (in Danish)

Also find interview with Professor Anders Sørensen and colleagues in Berlingske here (in Danish, subscription may be required)

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