Browsing All of EconStor by Author Noseleit, Florian

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Year of PublicationTitleAuthor(s)
2008 The entrepreneurial culture: guiding principles of the self-employedNoseleit, Florian
2008 Direct and indirect effects of new businesses on regional employment: an empirical analysisFritsch, Michael; Noseleit, Florian; Schindele, Yvonne
2008 Start-ups and employment growth: evidence from SwedenAndersson, Martin; Noseleit, Florian
2008 Industry dynamics and highly qualified labor mobilityNedelkoska, Ljubica; Noseleit, Florian
2008 Start-ups, new business employment, and the effects on incumbents: who contributes the larger share?Fritsch, Michael; Noseleit, Florian
2009 Start-ups, long- and short-term survivors and their effect on regional employment growthFritsch, Michael; Noseleit, Florian
2009 Investigating the anatomy of the employment effects of new business formationFritsch, Michael; Noseleit, Florian
2009 Entrepreneurs' acceptance of formal institutions: a cross-country analysisFreytag, Andreas; Noseleit, Florian
2010 Start-ups, Long- and Short-Term Survivors and their Effect on Regional Employment GrowthFritsch, Michael; Noseleit, Florian
2010 Diversity of human capital and regional growthNoseleit, Florian; Söllner, Rene
2010 Market Selection and Regional Diversification - Empirical Regularities from German Panel-DataNoseleit, Florian
2010 Universities as Agents of ChangeSlavtchev, Viktor; Noseleit, Florian
2010 Micro-level Evidence on the Survival of German Manufacturing Industries - A Multidimensional AnalysisSchindele, Yvonne; Fritsch, Michael; Noseleit, Florian
2011 Entrepreneurship, Structural Change, and Economic GrowthNoseleit, Florian
2011 The skill balancing act: Determinants of and returns to balanced skillsBublitz, Elisabeth; Noseleit, Florian
2014 Surviving against the tide: Are new businesses in innovative industries Less affected by general economic trends?Fritsch, Michael; Noseleit, Florian; Schindele, Yvonne
2015 Entrepreneurship, human capital, and labor demand: A story of signaling and matchingBublitz, Elisabeth; Nielsen, Kristian; Noseleit, Florian; Timmermans, Bram