GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP MONITOR 2000 Wales Executive Report

  • Jones-Evans, D., Brooksbank, D. (2000). (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor)
  • Abstract: The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) project was created in 1997 as a joint initiative between Babson College - the leading centre for entrepreneurship in the United States - and London Business School. The principal aim of GEM is to bring together the world’s best entrepreneurship scholars to explore and understand entrepreneurship and its link to economic growth.Twenty-three national surveys took place as part of this global study, including those held in the USA, UK, Australia, Japan, Scotland and Wales. Data for the GEM 2000 Wales research study was gathered from three main sources: an adult population survey of 2010 individuals, in-depth interviews with 37 Welsh experts on entrepreneurship, and a selection of economic and labour market data. View external link »
  • Theme: Perceptions and attitudes
  • Keywords: entrepreneurial attitudes; entrepreneurial activity; entrepreneurial aspirations
  • Reference type: Report
  • Geographic location: Wales
  • Quality: Annual Report by GEM
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