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The Missing Entrepreneurs
Policies for Inclusive Entrepreneurship in Europe
OECD, The European Commission. Published by : OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  24 jan 2014
Pages: 248 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264188150 , Code OCDE: 842012061P1
Prix:   €60 | $84 | £54 | ¥7800 | MXN1080 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Description

Entrepreneurship development is an important requirement for achieving of smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. It is also a means to respond to new economic challenges, to create jobs and to fight social and financial exclusion. The impact of the global financial and economic crisis calls for giving entrepreneurship and self-employment a stronger role in economic and social development policies.

This book collects and synthesizes information and data on entrepreneurship activities in Europe, focusing on people that are at the greatest risk of social exclusion. These groups include young people, older people, women, ethnic minorities and migrants, people with disabilities and the unemployed.


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Executive summary 
Chapter 1: The meaning and importance of policies for inclusive entrepreneurship
PART I. INCLUSIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP ACTIVITIES IN EUROPE
Chapter 2. Self-employment
Chapter 3. Inclusive entrepreneurship over the business life cycle  
Chapter 4. Impact of self-employment and entrepreneurship
Chapter 5. Readers' Guide to Part I
PART II. POLICIES FOR INCLUSIVE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Chapter 6. Policies to improve institutions   
Chapter 7. Policies for entrepreneurship skills
Chapter 8. Policies for financing
Chapter 9. Delivering policies to the target group
PART III. COUNTRY PROFILES
Chapter 10. Data and inspiring practices in inclusive entrepreneurship policy: Country examples 
-Austria: Mingo Migrant Enterprises 
-Belgium: Activity Co-operatives (“Activiteitencoöperaties”)
-Bulgaria: Employment Through Entrepreneurship
-Cyprus: The Women’s Cooperative Bank   
-Czech Republic: Assistance Centres for Female Entrepreneurship
-Denmark: Ethnic Coach for Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurs
-Estonia: ENTRUM (Youth Entrepreneurship Development Programme) 
-Finland: Start-Up Grant      
-France: Auto Entrepreneurship 
-Germany: Start-Up Subsidy 
-Greece: Self-Employment for the Vulnerable Unemployed 
-Hungary: Social Co-operative Support Scheme
-Ireland: Going for Growth 
-Italy: Affirmative Action for Female Entrepreneurship (Act n. 215/1992)  
-Latvia: Grants for Business Start-Ups
-Lithuania: Entrepreneurship Promotion Fund
-Luxembourg: Federation of Women Chief Executives  
-Malta: Start Your Own Business
- Netherlands: Start-up Credit for Partially Occupationally Disabled Persons
-Poland: Promotion of Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment 
-Portugal: Programme for Entrepreneurship and Self-Employment 
-Romania: AntrES Women’s School of Entrepreneurship     
-Slovak Republic: Training and Advisory Services for Potential Entrepreneurs  
-Slovenia: Self-Employment Subsidy
-Spain: EMEKIN      
-Sweden: Reform of the social insurance system for self-employed workers
-United Kingdom: The Prince’s Trust Youth Business Scotland

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