RESEARCH

 

IFDEP Research

Empreendedorismo Jovem - Um olhar sobre Portugal, 2014

Estudo desenvolvido pela equipa do IFDEP Research com o objetivo de realizar uma análise sobre o fenómeno do empreendedorismo jovem em Portugal. Este estudo é parte integrante do programa PORTUGAL POSITIVO desenvolvido pelo IFDEP e que conta com o apoio do POAT (Programa Operacional de Assistência Técnica).

Empreendedorismo Feminino- Um olhar sobre Portugal, 2014

Estudo desenvolvido pela equipa do IFDEP Research com o objetivo de realizar uma análise sobre o fenómeno do empreendedorismo feminino em Portugal. Este estudo é parte integrante do programa PORTUGAL POSITIVO desenvolvido pelo IFDEP e que conta com o apoio do POAT (Programa Operacional de Assistência Técnica).

Empreendedorismo Acima dos 45 Anos- Um olhar sobre Portugal, 2015

Estudo desenvolvido pela equipa do IFDEP Research com o objetivo de realizar uma análise sobre o fenómeno do empreendedorismo acima dos 45 anos em Portugal. Este estudo é parte integrante do programa PORTUGAL POSITIVO desenvolvido pelo IFDEP e que conta com o apoio do POAT (Programa Operacional de Assistência Técnica).

Empreendedorismo nas Comunidades Imigrantes- Um olhar sobre Portugal, 2015

Estudo desenvolvido pela equipa do IFDEP Research com o objetivo de realizar uma análise sobre o fenómeno do empreendedorismo nas comunidades imigrantes em Portugal. Este estudo é parte integrante do programa PORTUGAL POSITIVO desenvolvido pelo IFDEP e que conta com o apoio do POAT (Programa Operacional de Assistência Técnica).

Estudos - Outras Fontes

GEM -  Global Entrepreneurship Monitor - GLOBAL REPORTS

GEM 2016 / 2017 Global Report

The 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) survey represents the 18th consecutive year that GEM has tracked rates of entrepreneurship across multiple phases of entrepreneurial activity; assessed the characteristics, motivations and ambitions of entrepreneurs; and explored the attitudes societies have towards this activity. This report includes results based on 65 world economies completing the Adult Population Survey (APS) (between the ages of 18 and 64 years) and 66 economies completing the National Expert Survey (NES). GEM countries in the 2016 survey cover 69.2% of the world’s population and 84.9% of the world’s GDP.

GEM 2015 / 2016 Global Report

The 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) survey represents the 17th year that GEM has tracked rates of entrepreneurship across multiple phases and assessed the characteristics, motivations and ambitions of entrepreneurs, and the attitudes societies have toward this activity. This report covers results based on 60 economies completing the Adult Population Survey (APS) and 62 economies completing the National Expert Survey (NES). Part 2 of this report features a page of results on each economy, with numbers and rankings on key GEM indicators from the APS, as well as an assessment of ecosystem factors from the NES.

GEM 2014 Global Report

The GEM 2014 Global Report finds that high levels of entrepreneurial optimism, ambition and innovation are vital to advancing economies. The report also finds that entrepreneurship worldwide has recovered from The Great Recession.

GEM 2013 Global Report

Entrepreneurs are among the happiest individuals across the globe when it comes to individual well-being and satisfaction with their work conditions according to the GEM 2013 Global Report. The report, launched on 20th January 2014 in Santiago, Chile, marks fifteen years of GEM research.

http://www.gemconsortium.org/docs/download/3106

GEM 2012 Global Report

The GEM 2012 Global Report, launched on 17th January 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, estimates that nearly half of the world’s entrepreneurs are between the ages of 25 and 44. The survey also reports that, in all geographic regions surveyed,…

 

GEM 2011 Global Report

The GEM 2011 Global Report focuses on entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial employees across the globe. More than 140,000 adults (18–64 years of age) in 54 economies, spanning diverse geographies and a range of development levels were surveyed. Based on this survey,…

 

GEM 2011 Global Report - EXTENDED

Taking the GEM 2011 Global Report and extending the discussion for an in-depth technical look at the data. Included are one-page summaries of the activity in each of the economies represented in GEM 2011 and four Appendices among them:, Definitions…

 

 

GEM 2010 Global Report

With this report, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) has completed 12 annual surveys of the entrepreneurial attitudes,activities and aspirations of individuals around the world. Starting with just 10 developed countries in 1999, GEM has grown to include over 80 economies…

 

GEM 2009 Global Report

Based on more than 180,000 interviews conducted between May and October in 54 countries, 2009 GEM data show that the global economic downturn reduced the number of people who thought there were good opportunities to start a business in many…

 

GEM 2008 Global Report

This is the 10th annual GEM Global Report. Over the past decade, harmonized data on entrepreneurial attitudes, activity and aspirations have been collected to provide annual assessments of the entrepreneurial sector for a wide range of countries.

 

GEM 2007 Global Report

This report constitutes the ninth annual assessment and review of entrepreneurial activity and entrepreneurial perceptions in countries participating in the GEM project. Since the first report was published in 1999 by scholars at Babson College and London Business School, GEM…

 

 

GEM 2006 Global Report

The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) cross-national assessment of entrepreneurial activity is now in its eighth cycle. Started in 1999, with ten participating countries, the project has expanded to include 42 countries in 2006.

 

GEM 2005 Global Report

This is the seventh-annual Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) cross-national assessment of entrepreneurial activity. Started in 1999 with 10 participating countries, the project has expanded to include 35 countries in 2005.

 

GEM 2004 Global Report

The GEM 2004 study clearly shows that a large number of people are engaged in entrepreneurial endeavors around the globe. Based on a sample of 34 countries representing a total labor force of 566 million, GEM research estimates that 73…

 

GEM 2003 Global Report

This is the fifth annual GEM cross-national assessment of entrepreneurship. The program has expanded from 10 countries in 1999 to more than 30 in 2002 and 2003.

 

GEM 2002 Global Report

The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), in its fourth year of assessing entrepreneurial activity worldwide, estimates that more than 460 million adults around the globe were engaged in entrepreneurial activity in 2002. This dramatic and unexpected conclusion is extrapolated from an…

 

GEM 2001 Global Report

Key Findings: - Entrepreneurship is a global phenomenon with significant differences between countries  - Entrepreneurship is a multi-faceted phenomenon  - The relationship between entrepreneurship and economic growth is complex  - Several national contextual factors influence the level of entrepreneurial activity

 

GEM 2000 Global Report

GEM 2000 added 11 new countries to the 10 studied in 1999: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, India, Ireland, South Korea, Norway, Singapore, Spain and Sweden. GEM 2000 also employed larger samples in each country, enhanced research methods and added an…

 

GEM 1999 Global Report

The very first GEM report, published in 1999, with data collected from 10 countries.

 

GEM -  Global Entrepreneurship Monitor - NATIONAL REPORTS

 

GEM Euroace 2014-2015 Report - Alentejo (Portugal), Centro (Portugal), Extremadura (Spain)

This report discusses entrepreneurship in the EUROACE region i.e. the three European regions of Alentejo, Centro and Extremadura, in the period June 2014 to February 2015. 7.6% of the population between 18 and 64 years old has been involved in entrepreneurial activities in the EUROACE region. The Portuguese region of Centro obtained the highest rate of entrepreneurial activity (TEA) with 7.8% of entrepreneurs, whereas Alentejo has 7.1% and the Spanish region of Extremadura 7.4%.

 

 

GEM GEM Euroace 2014 Report - Alentejo (Portugal), Centro (Portugal), Extremadura (Spain) 2014 Report

Year of publication: 2015

Category: National Reports

Language: Spanish

Upload date: 2015-05-15

 

A special report on the 'Euroace' region, composed of Alentejo (Portugal), Centro (Portugal) and Extremadura (Spain).

GEM Portugal 2013 Report

Year of publication: 2013

Category: National Reports

Language: Portuguese

Upload date: 2015-07-17

 

GEM Portugal 2013 report, including a review of the last 10 years of GEM Portugal results

 

GEM Portugal 2012Report

Year of publication: 2012

category: National Reports

Upload date: 14/01/2014

Filesize: 2.57 MB

Language: Portuguese

Author(s): GEM Portugal team

 

 

GEM Portugal 2011 Report

Year of publication: 2011

Category: National Reports

Language: Portuguese

Upload date: 2015-07-17

 

GEM Portugal 2011 report

 

 

GEM Portugal 2010 Report

Year of publication: 2010

category: National Reports

Upload date: 1/03/2012

Filesize: 6.36 MB

Language: Portuguese

Author(s): GEM Portugal team

 

GEM Portugal 2007 Report

Year of publication: 2007

category: National Reports

Upload date: 1/03/2012

Filesize: 48.88 MB

Language: Portuguese

Author(s): GEM Portugal team

 

GEM Portugal 2004 Report

Year of publication: 2005

category: National Reports

Upload date: 27/10/2011

Filesize: 1.17 MB

Language: English

 

GEM Portugal 2001 Report

Year of publication: 2002

category: National Reports

Upload date: 27/10/2011

Filesize: 923.05 KB

Language: English

 

OCDE - Organização para a Cooperação e Desenvolvimento Económico

 

Financing SMEs and Entrepreneurs 2013: An OECD Scoreboard

Addressing the financing challenge for SMEs and entrepreneurs is imperative for the creation of new jobs, stronger innovation and more sustainable growth. Following the worst financial and economic crisis in decades, as the global economy begins to turn the corner, financing difficulties for SMEs and entrepreneurs remain a stumbling block to recovery in many countries. As governments address this challenge, they are running up against a major and longstanding obstacle to policy making: insufficient evidence and data.

 

http://www.oecd.org/cfe/smes/#d.en.198094

Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2013

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 key facts and explanations of the policy context. This third issue features a special chapter on the profile of the entrepreneur, as well as longer time series and breakdowns by sector for the main indicators.

 

http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/industry-and-services/entrepreneurship-at-a-glance-2013_entrepreneur_aag-2013-en

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