Highly cited in Journal of Economic Geography

Journal of Economic Geography highlights and grants free access to a few of their most cited articles. Among these are an article about entrepreneurship clusters written by Swedish Entrepreneurship Forum researchers Martin Andersson and Johan P Larsson.

In the article Local entrepreneurship clusters in cities Andersson and Larsson show that new businesses are often started by individuals who share neighborhood with already established entrepreneurs. This clustering may happen due to local social interactions with entreprenurial neighbors, which influcences individuals to become entrepreneurs themselves.

Read the article from Journal of Economic Geography