Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Low entrepreneurship in Sweden

Google Translation: Low entrepreneurship in Sweden



Each year presents GEM, Global Entrepreneurship monitor. It is a survey that measures the levels of entrepreneurship in different countries. Sweden is unfortunately far down the list. Among the 23 comparable countries, Sweden is in location 17 in terms of how many people are starting or own and manage a new business.

Last year, 3.5 percent of the population aged 18-64 years in the process of starting a business. At the same time was just over two percent of the population of the same age group the owner of a new business. This gives an average measure of entrepreneurial activity at 5.8 percent. While this represents an increase since 2010 but still puts Sweden in a modest 17th place out of 23 comparable countries. The countries in a worse position than Sweden, Slovenia, Japan, Germany, France and Belgium. Tops the list makes the U.S., Australia and the Netherlands.

Entrepreneurial Activity

Percentage of population aged 18-64 who are starting or running a new business, 2011, percent

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