T.W. Schultz and the Human-Capital Approach to Entrepreneurship

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Title: T.W. Schultz and the Human-Capital Approach to Entrepreneurship
Author: Klein, Peter G.; Cook, Michael L. (Michael Lee), 1943-
Keywords: T.W. Schultz
theory of entrepreneurship
economic organization
economic development
Date: 2006
Publisher: Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University
Citation: Review of Agricultural Economics, Volume 28, Number 3, p. 344-350.
Abstract: T.W. Schultz's theory of entrepreneurship is among his least known, but most interesting, contributions. While entrepreneurship is increasingly recognized as important for economic organization and development, it is not a major component of the economist's day-to-day toolkit. This paper describes Schultz's approach and compares it to other concepts of entrepreneurship in economics and management.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/42
ISSN: 1058-7195

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