Increasing the Supply of Entrepreneurship in APEC: A Scorecard Approach.
Frederick, Howard H., Virasa, Thanaphol and Chua, Bee-Leng 2003, Increasing the Supply of Entrepreneurship in APEC: A Scorecard Approach., in Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Entrepreneurship Research, Babson College, Babson Park, Mass..
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Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Entrepreneurship Research
Bygrave, William B.
Place of publication
Babson Park, Mass.
This study employs the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Model to examine the entrepreneurial environment of fourteen APEC economies, members of the GEM Consortium. If “the positive and statistically robust link between entrepreneurship and economic growth has been indisputably verified” (Audretsch et al. 2002), then the supply of entrepreneurship is critical for sustained economic activity in a country. We exploit the GEM 2002 dataset in a “Scorecard Approach” to compare and contrast the level of entrepreneurial framework conditions within these APEC economies.
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