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Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Scotland 2011

Levie, Jonathan (2012) Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Scotland 2011. [Report]

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Abstract

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.