• Global entrepreneurship monitor 2011 - Report on Switzerland.

      Baldegger, Rico; Alberton, Siegfried; Hacklin, Fredrik; Brülhart, Andreas (GEM, 2012)
      The following Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report 2011 on Switzerland illustrates the differences in entrepreneurial attitudes, activity, and aspirations between economies, revealing the factors that determine the nature and level of national entrepreneurial activity and identifying the policy implications for enhancing entrepreneurship in Switzerland. The GEM data complements existing indicators about competitiveness and innovation and allows the creation of a new aggregate index, the Global Entrepreneurship Index (GEDI).
    • Global entrepreneurship monitor 2013 – Report on Switzerland

      Alberton, Siegfried; Brülhart, Andreas; Baldegger, Rico; Hacklin, Fredrik (GEM, 2014)
      The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report 2013 on Switzerland illustrates national differences in entrepreneurial attitudes, activity, and aspirations between economies, revealing the factors that determine the nature and level of national entrepreneurial activity, and identifying policy implications for enhancing entrepreneurship in Switzerland. The GEM data complement already existing indicators of competitiveness and innovation. In the 2013 census, perceived opportunities to start a business were higher in Switzerland than in previous years. Switzerland ranks above the average of innovation based countries. What is particularly noticeable is the fact that Fear of Failure has clearly lessened in the past few years, and in 2013 was even lower than in the USA.
    • Global entrepreneurship monitor 2014 – Report on Switzerland

      Baldegger, Rico; Wild, Pascal; Alberton, Siegfried; Hacklin, Fredrik (GEM, 2015)
      Entrepreneurship has become a term that is increasingly widespread around the world. According to key players in society, including policymakers, academics, entrepreneurs themselves, and the population at large, entrepreneurship tends to be ssociatead with economic development and social well-being. Since its beginning, one of GEM`s core principles has been to explore and assess the role of entrepreneurship in national economic growth.
    • Global entrereneurship Monitor 2012 – Report on Switzerland

      Baldegger, Rico; Alberton, Siegfried; Brülhart, Andreas; Hacklin, Fredrik (GEM, 2013)
      The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report 2012 on Switzerland illustrates national differences in entrepreneurial attitudes, activity, and aspirations between economies, revealing the factors that determine the nature and level of national entrepreneurial activity, and identifying policy implications for enhancing entrepreneurship in Switzerland. The GEM data not only already existing indicators of competitiveness and innovation, but also allow – as in 2011 – the creation of a new aggregate index, the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index (GEDI).