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How to start an entrepreneurial revolution by Daniel J. Isenberg

By: Isenberg, Daniel J.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 88 (6), June 2010.Description: 40-50.Subject(s): ENTREPRENEURS | BUSINESS ENTERPRISES | GOVERNMENTOnline resources: Download from Online Journals Summary: Investigates entrepreneurship and what it takes for it to be successful, including government initiatives. Outlines nine key principles to foster successful entrepreneurship, such as engaging the private sector and shaping the business ecosystem to the local conditions. Examines countries such as Israel and Rwanda as successful case studies.
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Investigates entrepreneurship and what it takes for it to be successful, including government initiatives. Outlines nine key principles to foster successful entrepreneurship, such as engaging the private sector and shaping the business ecosystem to the local conditions. Examines countries such as Israel and Rwanda as successful case studies.

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