Global Entrepreneurship Monitor survey interviews were conducted in the summer of 2009 with almost 14000 members of the adult population (18 – 64),selected from nationally representative samples in these seven countries. This is the first major study of entrepreneurship in these countries and provides critical baseline evidence for monitoring changes over time. The findings presented in this report focus largely on the 7 MENA countries, making occasional comparisons with other MENA countries and all 55 countries participating in the 2009 research cycle.
Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: GEM-MENA Regional Report 2009, The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), MAS, and IDRC. Click here to read the report.