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Title: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2011 : Trinidad and Tobago report
Authors: Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
Keywords: TRAINING
SMALL ENTERPRISES
BUSINESS CREATION
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
COMPETITIVENESS
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
EDUCATIONAL POLICY
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Date: 2012
Publisher: Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
Abstract: The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) emphasizes that the profile of entrepreneurs differs considerably across countries. This report reviews three profile factors: inclusiveness, industry, and impact. Data reveals reluctance among people in Trinidad & Tobago to network with, and seek advice from people with expertise. This suggests that training and awareness initiatives may serve the population well. There may also be a cultural bias operating that deflates the level of necessity-driven entrepreneurship reported by Trinidad & Tobago respondents.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/50548
Project Number: 106461
Project Title: Fostering Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean
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