This article uses Chinese household data to reveal the influence of social capital on entrepreneurial intentions.
Chapter 1 outlines the entrepreneurial spirit in China.
Chapter 2 discusses the influence of religion on family entrepreneurial decision-making.
Chapter 3 studies the impact of housing investment on agriculture and commerce.
Chapter 4 uses the 2015 China Household Finance Survey (CHFS) data to investigate the impact of social interaction on household entrepreneurial intentions.
Chapter 5 Use 2011 to assess the impact of credit constraints on entrepreneurship.
Chapter 6 analyzes the impact of social security on family entrepreneurship.
Huang Xiaobing, Chinese, Gannan Normal University, born in September 1980.
Liu Xiaolian, Chinese, Gannan Normal University , born in August 1980.
Names: Huang, Xiaobing, editor. | Liu, Xiaolian, editor.
Title: Social capital and entrepreneurship in China / edited by Huang Xiaobing and Liu Xiaolian.
Description: Singapore : Universe Scientific Publishing, 2020.| Includes bibliographic references.
Identifiers: OCN 1195786960 | ISBN 978-981-14-7431-6 (paperback)
Subjects: Entrepreneurship--China. | Entrepreneurship--Social aspects--China.
Classification: DDC 338.040951--dc23