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EIDES 2020: The European Index of Digital Entrepreneurship Systems

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  • Erkko Autio

    (Imperial College London Business School)

  • Laszlo Szerb

    (University of Pécs)

  • Eva Komlosi

    (University of Pécs)

  • Monika Tiszberger

    (University of Pécs)

Abstract

Digitalisation is shaping and even transforming both the location and nature of entrepreneurial opportunities in the economy and the practices to pursue them. In order to help maximise the productivity potential of the digitally enhanced entrepreneurial dynamic in countries, policymakers need to understand the state of their countries' digital framework conditions for entrepreneurship. The European Index of Digital Entrepreneurship Systems (EIDES) addresses this gap by monitoring digital framework and systemic conditions for entrepreneurial stand-up, start-up, and scale-up in the EU27 countries and the United King-dom. This is the third edition of the EIDES. It provides an assessment of framework conditions for digital start-ups and scale-ups in European countries in 2020 and analyses their evolution in the period between 2018 and 2020.

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  • Erkko Autio & Laszlo Szerb & Eva Komlosi & Monika Tiszberger, 2020. "EIDES 2020: The European Index of Digital Entrepreneurship Systems," JRC Research Reports JRC120727, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
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