This second issue of Entrepreneurship at a Glance, a product of the OECD-Eurostat Entrepreneurship Indicators Programme, presents an original collection of indicators for measuring the state of entrepreneurship, along with explanations of the policy context and interpretation of the data. New to this issue are special chapters addressing measurement issues on women entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial finance, as well as selected indicators on women entrepreneurship.
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Reader’s Guide Recent Trends in New Firm Creations and Bankruptcies PART I. MEASURING ENTREPRENEURSHIP Chapter 1. Measuring Women Entrepreneurship -Defining the entrepreneur: Conceptual and measurement issues -Measurement issues, data and options for the development of gender indicators -Future developments -References Chapter 2. Measuring Entrepreneurial Finance: A European Survey of SMEs -Finance needs and sources -Towards internationally harmonised indicators -References PART II. ENTREPRENEURSHIP INDICATORS Chapter 3.Structural Indicators on the Enterprise Population -Enterprises by size class -Employment by enterprise size class -Value added by enterprise size class -Exports by enterprise size class Chapter 4.Enterprise Birth, Death and Survival -Birth rate of employer enterprises -Death rate of employer enterprises -Churn rate of employer enterprises -Survival rate of employer enterprises Chapter 5.Employment Creation and Destruction -Employment creation and destruction by employer enterprise births and deaths -Employment creation and destruction in surviving enterprises Chapter 6. Enterprise Growth High-growth enterprise rate Gazelle rate
Chapter 7. Women Entrepreneurship Employers and own-account workers by gender Share, size and industry of women-owned enterprises Employment in women-owned enterprises Birth and death rates of women-owned enterprises Survival and employment growth of women-owned enterprises Women on company boards
Chapter 8. Determinants of Entrepreneurships: Selected Indicators Regulatory framework: Starting a business Access to finance: Success rate in obtaining finance Culture: Entrepreneurial perceptions and attitudes
Annex A. List of Indicators of Entrepreneurial Determinants Annex B. Eurostat’s 2010 Survey Questionnaire on Access to Finance Annex C. Grossing up Techniques