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Global Entrepreneurship Monitor The Netherlands 2012

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  • Jolanda Hessels
  • Brigitte Hoogendoorn
  • Peter van der Zwan
  • Nardo de Vries
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    De Global Entrepreneurship Monitor is het grootste onderzoek naar ondernemerschap over 69 landen. Nederland participeert in dit onderzoek sinds 2001. Voor het Nederlandse deel wordt het onderzoek uitgevoerd door Panteia/EIM. Onder ondernemers worden verstaan Nederlanders tussen de 18 en 64 jaar, die stappen aan het nemen zijn een bedrijf op te zetten of eigenaar en manager zijn van een bedrijf dat minder dan 3,5 jaar bestaat.

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    Length: 68 pages
    Date of creation: 27 Nov 2013
    Handle: RePEc:eim:papers:h201314
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