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Generation Entrepreneur? The state of global youth entrepreneurship

Author: Jacqui Kew, Mike Herrington, Yana Litovsky, Helen Gale
Organisation: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), Youth Business International (YBI)
Publish Date: 2013
Country: Global
Tags: Unemployment, Youth unemployment, Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, Skills, Training

This first youth GEM report provides unique insight into the state of youth entrepreneurship globally: how aspirations, attitudes and activities with respect to starting a business compare among youth and adult populations in 69 countries. The report analyses data collected through surveys of more than 198,000 people by National teams participating in the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor.
A random representative sample of at least 2,000 people, generally between the ages of 18 and 64 years, is surveyed per economy. The report also analyses responses to optional youth-focused questions relating to on-line trading, customerbase, access to finance and start-up influences. The report presents the findings in two sections: the first compares youth and adult responses from all 69 countries; the second presents the youth-focused results from participating countries
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