Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship Policies in Central and Eastern Europe

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Friederike Welter, David Smallbone
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
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This unique Handbook explores the role of government in the development of entrepreneurship in countries where twenty years ago private enterprise was illegal or barely tolerated. The expert contributors reveal that government policy is one of the key inf
 

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Contents

a thematic perspective
1
PART I ENTREPRENEURSHIP POLICIES IN THE NEW EUROPE
17
the example of East Germany
19
a case for policy treatment?
45
the case of Hungary
65
the difficulties of entrepreneurship policies in the Latvian context
83
6 University level entrepreneurship education in Poland
102
the case of Lodz in Poland
120
PART II ENTREPRENEURSHIP POLICIES BEYOND THE EUROPEAN UNION
167
the case of the SME policy framework in Albania
169
the example of Russia
190
11 Fostering womens entrepreneurship in Ukraine
210
PART III CHALLENGES FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP POLICIES IN A WIDER EUROPE
231
12 Conclusions and outlook
233
Index
241
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8 From making the state to institutionalizing entrepreneurship policy in Slovenia
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