Edited by Friederike Welter and David Smallbone
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.
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- Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship Policies in Central and Eastern Europe
- Chapter 1: Entrepreneurship Policies in the Wider Europe: A Thematic Perspective
- Chapter 2: The Local Dimension of Entrepreneurship Policy: The Example of East Germany
- Chapter 3: Promoting Cross-border Entrepreneurship in Bulgaria: A Case for Policy Treatment?
- Chapter 4: SMEs and Social Dialogue in the New Europe: The Case of Hungary
- Chapter 5: Mentalities and Mindsets: The Difficulties of Entrepreneurship Policies in the Latvian Context
- Chapter 6: University-level Entrepreneurship Education in Poland
- Chapter 7: Creating a Regional Innovation System: The Case of Lodz in Poland
- Chapter 8: From Making the State to Institutionalizing Entrepreneurship Policy in Slovenia
- Chapter 9: Entrepreneurship Policy Transfer: The Case of the SME Policy Framework in Albania
- Chapter 10: Entrepreneurship and SME Policies in Fragile Environments: The Example of Russia
- Chapter 11: Fostering Women’s Entrepreneurship in Ukraine
- Chapter 12: Conclusions and Outlook
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