Impact of different modelling approaches to evaluate public policies: the case of entrepreneurship in Central Mexico

Vilalta-perdomo, Eliseo Luis and Montaudon-Tomas, Cynthia (2011) Impact of different modelling approaches to evaluate public policies: the case of entrepreneurship in Central Mexico. Keynotes and extended abstracts of the OR53, Operational Research Society. University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. September 2011. . pp. 5-10. ISSN UNSPECIFIED

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Impact of different modelling approaches to evaluate public policies: the case of entrepreneurship in Central Mexico
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Abstract

Different approaches can be used to model public policies. These models may be useful to evaluate such programs. Several of them are explored and illustrated through different entrepreneurship initiatives implemented in Central Mexico.

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Additional Information:Different approaches can be used to model public policies. These models may be useful to evaluate such programs. Several of them are explored and illustrated through different entrepreneurship initiatives implemented in Central Mexico.
Keywords:Entrepreneurship, modelling, public policies evaluation, Communities viability
Subjects:L Social studies > L430 Public Policy
G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G200 Operational Research
N Business and Administrative studies > N200 Management studies
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Business School
ID Code:4698
Deposited By: Eliseo Luis Vilalta-perdomo
Deposited On:06 Oct 2011 19:39
Last Modified:19 Feb 2014 14:40

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