Entrepreneurship Snapshots 2010: Measuring the Impact of the Financial Crisis on New Business Registration

Entrepreneurship Snapshots 2010: Measuring the Impact of the Financial Crisis on New Business Registration
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Entrepreneurship Snapshots 2010: Measuring the Impact of the Monetary Crisis on New Enterprise Registration Description

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The 2010 World Bank Entrepreneurship Snapshots (WBGES) are a unique indicator of entrepreneurial activity worldwide and facilitate the investigation of the aspects promoting the growth dynamics of the private sector. Now in its fourth year, the entrepreneurship measure WBGES in 115 developing countries and developed over the six years 2004-2009. Supplies an overview of critical information fast and separate the effects of 2008-2009 monetary crisis on enterprise. There is a wide variation in the creation of new companies in various countries: On average, about four new firms registering every year for each and every 1000 people of working age in industrialized countries, whilst there is less of a new firm registered in countries with low and low income. The data show that the dynamic organization environment is produced in the country that can supply entrepreneurs with good management, a legal and regulatory environment and cut red tape. The information also show that almost Entrepreneurship Snapshots 2010: Measuring the Impact of the Financial Crisis on New Organization Registration

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