Entrepreneurship in the Netherlands - The Top sectors
AbstractThis eleventh edition deals with Top sectors and their importance to the Dutch economy. In 2010, the Dutch government introduced a new policy framework regarding the business sector. Besides generic measures to strengthen the business environment for all companies, there is a specific policy track to improve the performance of a number of important business sectors by building excellent eco-systems of government, knowledge institutes and businesses. Products and technologies produced by these sectors are furthermore important because they can provide solutions for societal problems. Topics: Entrepreneurship in the Netherlands in international perspective The policy of the Dutch government on top sectors Characteristics of SMEs in top sectors Entrepreneurship and business dynamics in the Netherlands - enabling experimentation �
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