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The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor United Kingdom 2013 Monitoring Report

Levie, Jonathan and Hart, Mark and Bonner, Karen (2014) The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor United Kingdom 2013 Monitoring Report. [Report]

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    This monitoring report compares Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) measures of entrepreneurial attitudes, activity and aspirations in the UK, France, Germany and the United States, and the four home nations of the UK. It also examines wellbeing measures of both entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs, business registration activity by business owner managers and the anticipated and actual funding sources for individuals starting a business in the UK