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Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2007

Babson College, Babson Park, MA, US (Funder), London Business School, London, UK (Funder) (2008) Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2007. [Report]

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Abstract

This report constitutes the ninth annual assessment and review of entrepreneurial activity and entrepreneurial perceptions in countries participating in the GEM project. Since the first report was published in 1999 by scholars at Babson College and London Business School, GEM has developed into one of the world's leading research consortia concerned with improving our understanding of the relationships between perceptions of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial activity, and national economic growth. To this end, the project has, from the start, been designed as a multinational, harmonized research program providing annual assessments of the entrepreneurial sector for a range of countries.