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Nachhaltigkeit und Erfolg von Gründungen aus der Arbeitslosigkeit: Ergebnisse einer Nachbefragung bei aus den Gründungs- und Begleitzirkeln der G.I.B. hervorgegangenen Gründungen

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Das Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn hat im Auftrag der Gesellschaft für innovative Beschäftigungsförderung mbH G.I.B. die von der G.I.B. begleiteten Gründungen evaluiert. Rund 3.800 Gründungswillige haben in den Jahren 2004 bis 2007 an den G.I.B. Gründungs- und Begleitzirkeln teilgenommen. Rund 80 % der Teilnehmenden haben den Schritt in die unternehmerische Selbstständigkeit gewagt. Nach der Erstuntersuchung im Jahr 2008 liegt nun eine Folgeuntersuchung zur Nachhaltigkeit und zum Erfolg dieser Gründungen aus der (drohenden) Arbeitslosigkeit und von Berufsrückkehrer/-innen vor.

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  • May-Strobl, Eva, 2010. "Nachhaltigkeit und Erfolg von Gründungen aus der Arbeitslosigkeit: Ergebnisse einer Nachbefragung bei aus den Gründungs- und Begleitzirkeln der G.I.B. hervorgegangenen Gründungen," IfM-Materialien 196, Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn.
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