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A GEM of a Study Team 04 Audri Gleason, Oscar Haney, Haley Murray, Jennifer Pigeon, Jennifer Tighe Southeastern Oklahoma State University BUS 5113 W2- Research Methods Dr. Lucinda Parmer April 11, 2021
Abstract The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) partnered with The Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, the London Business School and Babson College to study the impact of the government policies and initiatives to stimulate the economy to improve entrepreneurship activity. This GEM case studies various research variables to promote entrepreneurial activities growing the economy. GEM uses interviews from more than 100 countries adding entrepreneurial experts, as well as academic and funding institutions to guide the outline of the entrepreneurial framework (Kritikos, 2014).
Entrepreneurs boost economic growth by introducing innovative technologies, products, and services. (Kritikos, 2014). The study of how to improve global entrepreneurship is essential to bettering the world economy. GEM is the largest ongoing study of entrepreneurship in the world. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) began in 1999 as a joint research project between Babson College (USA) and London Business School (UK). GEM does over 200,000 interviews annually from 115 countries across the world. Collaborating with over 500 specialists in entrepreneurship, 300+ academic institutions, and over 200 funding institutions (Kritikos, 2014). We examine in this paper a case study done by GEM that attempts to answer two questions. What government policies and initiatives are most likely to generate high levels of entrepreneurial activity? Which are positively correlated with the economic well-being of a country as measured by growth in Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and job formation? Dependent and Independent Variables Through the GEM Conceptual Model, the independent variables in this study are entrepreneurial framework conditions, entrepreneurial capacity, entrepreneurial opportunities,

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