Focus América Latina N°5 - English
The Economics and Development Report 2013 emphasizes the role of entrepreneurship -the creation of companies that generate sustained increases in employment and productivity- as a key factor to Latin America’s development. It does so in a comprehensive way, reviewing not only the potential impediments for high-skilled innovative entrepreneurs to realize their projects, but also the reasons why entrepreneurs with less potential opt for entrepreneurial activities instead of a salaried job.
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