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Institutional Factors Encourage Entrepreneurship

Markets and entrepreneurship can be restricted by government intervention. Regulation disrupts the spontaneous order of the market and stifles entrepreneurship.

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It takes strong character to be a successful entrepreneur. Economic freedom both requires and nurtures individual virtue.

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