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Inclusive entrepreneurship lives 10 December 2014

Posted by cooperatoby in EU.
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Just as the COPIE website is about to disappear from cyberspace (but many of its results are preserved for posterity on Wikipreneurship), the European Employment Policy Observatory has published a report on start-up incentives across the EU which finds that they can have a positive effect on inclusion:

“Start-up incentives are more effective in reducing unemployment than other ALMP policies. Moreover, the positive effects seem to be particularly beneficial for the low-skilled.”

However the potential for scaling up these measures seems to be limited:

“Start-up measures tend to be small in scale with limited potential for a large-scale impact on the unemployment register.”

See: Activating jobseekers through entrepreneurship: Start-up incentives in Europe – EEPO Review

See also: OECD page on inclusive entrepreneurship, including policy briefs

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