Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Scotland 2014 Report

  • Levie, J. (2014). (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor)
  • Abstract: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) presented the results of its sixteenth annual survey on entrepreneurship in January 2015. In 2014, more than 206,000 individuals were surveyed across 73 economies and 3,936 national experts on entrepreneurship from 73 economies participated in the survey. The rising number of participating countries and consistent conceptual framework, surveying tools and applied methodology contributed to build the biggest database on entrepreneurship in the world. GEM participant economies represented 72.4% of the world’s population and 90% of the world’s GDP, enabling GEM to feature different profiles of entrepreneurship according to region and economic development stage. The GEM survey generates a variety of relevant primary information on different aspects of entrepreneurship and provides harmonized measures of individuals’ attributes and their activities in different phases of venturing (from nascent to start-up, established business and discontinuation). GEM also tracks highly ambitious entrepreneurship (by identifying aspirations to grow among owner managed businesses and the presence of entrepreneurial employee activity). View external link »
  • Theme: Perceptions and attitudes
  • Keywords: entrepreneurial attitudes; entrepreneurial activity; entrepreneurial aspirations; Scotland
  • Reference type: Report
  • Geographic location: Scotland, United Kingdom
  • Quality: Annual Report by GEM using their own survey
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