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Bestimmungsfaktoren des regionalen Gründungsgeschehens - eine Machbarkeitsstudie

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  • Bijedić, Teita
  • Butkowski, Olivier K.
  • Kay, Rosemarie
  • Suprinovič, Olga

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Angesichts regionaler Unterschiede im Gründungsgeschehen stellt sich die Frage nach ihren Ursachen, deren Beantwortung mit einigen Herausforderungen verbunden ist. Ziel der vorliegenden Machbarkeitsstudie ist daher zu prüfen, inwiefern diese Herausforderungen überwunden werden können. Es zeigt sich, dass das Konzept unternehmerischer Ökosysteme eine geeignete konzeptionelle Basis für die Untersuchung des regionalen Gründungsgeschehens sowie dessen Bestimmungsfaktoren darstellt und zugleich Orientierung für die Datenauswahl bietet. Eine Sondierung bestehender Datenquellen kommt zu dem Ergebnis, dass die bereits verfügbaren Daten wertvolle Erkenntnisse im Hinblick auf die Bestimmungsfaktoren des regionalen Gründungsgeschehens versprechen, dass jedoch auch noch erhebliche Lücken bestehen. Diese sollten sukzessive durch Datenrecherchen und eigene Datenerhebungen geschlossen werden. Im nächsten Schritt kann mit dem Aufbau der Regionaldatenbank begonnen werden, auf deren Basis auch ein regionales Gründungsbarometer entwickelt werden kann, das den aktuellen Stand des Gründungsgeschehens erfasst und Ansatzpunkte für Interventionen durch die Regional- und Wirtschaftspolitik liefert.

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  • Bijedić, Teita & Butkowski, Olivier K. & Kay, Rosemarie & Suprinovič, Olga, 2020. "Bestimmungsfaktoren des regionalen Gründungsgeschehens - eine Machbarkeitsstudie," IfM-Materialien 280, Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn.
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