Does the Regional Dimension Matter As Regards Finance and Entrepreneurship?

Jean BONNET, Sylvie CIEPLY, Marcus Dejardin

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Abstract

This article investigates the interrelationships between finance and entrepreneurship by exploring regional discrepancies in France. The focus is (1) on regional differences in financial relationships, (2) on the way these relations influence financial constraints on new firms and (3) on the complementary/substitutable effects between funds. No path of exclusion is identified. Rather, firms that are self-constraining or suffer from a weak credit rationing are the ones that later on develop intensive relationships with banks. Substitution exists in almost all the French regions. Results suggest the departure point of an original pecking order theory according to the entrepreneurial intensity of regions.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe Shift to the Entrepreneurial Society: A Built Economy in Education, Sustainability and Regulation
EditorsJean BONNET, Marcus DEJARDIN, Antonia MADRID-GUIJARRO
Place of PublicationCheltenham
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
ISBN (Print)9780857938930
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Publication statusPublished - 2012

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    BONNET, J., CIEPLY, S., & Dejardin, M. (2012). Does the Regional Dimension Matter As Regards Finance and Entrepreneurship? In J. BONNET, M. DEJARDIN, & A. MADRID-GUIJARRO (Eds.), The Shift to the Entrepreneurial Society: A Built Economy in Education, Sustainability and Regulation Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9780857938930.00020