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Entrepreneurial profile of the UK in the light of the global entrepreneurship and development index

Levie, Jonathan and Autio, Erkko and Cleevely, Matthew and Hart, Mark and Acs, Zoltan and Szerb, Laszlo (2012) Entrepreneurial profile of the UK in the light of the global entrepreneurship and development index. [Report]

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    Abstract

    In this research summary, we provide a novel look into the entrepreneurial profile of the UK in an international context. We use a new method – the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index GEDI [1] – to identify the entrepreneurial strengths and weaknesses of the UK economy, as well as to identify potential bottlenecks that hold back the performance of the UK relative to other advanced economies. We begin by providing an overview of the main findings.