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Global Entrepreneurship Scotland 2010 Report

Levie, Jonathan (2011) Global Entrepreneurship Scotland 2010 Report. [Report]

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GEM is a major research project aimed at describing and analysing entrepreneurial processes within a wide range of countries. GEM has three main objectives: • To measure differences in entrepreneurial attitudes, activity and aspirations among economies. • To uncover factors determining the nature and level of national entrepreneurial activity. • To identify policy implications for enhancing entrepreneurship in an economy.