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In this paper, the authors formalize the view that economic development requires high rates of productive entrepreneurship, and this requires an efficient matching between entrepreneurial talent and production technologies. They first explore the role of financial development in promoting such efficient allocation of talent, which results in higher production, job creation and social mobility. They then show how different levels of financial development may endogenously arise in a setting in which financial constraints depend on individual incentives to misbehave, these incentives depend on how many jobs are available, and this in turn depends on the level of financial development.
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