Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Entrepreneurship on the Increase in Australia

The OECD report "Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2015" was released 5 August 2015. This reports start-ups increasing in Australia and UK.
"Start-up rates have been on an upward trend since the crisis in many countries, particularly in Australia and the United Kingdom, and more recently in Denmark, Portugal and Sweden. In many Euro area economies, start-up rates nonetheless remain below pre-crisis levels."
From  Forward, Entrepreneurship at a Glance 2015, OECD, 5 August 2015.

Table of contents


Executive summary

Reader's guide

1 Recent developments in entrepreneurship

New enterprise creations



2 Structure and performance of the enterprise population

Enterprises by size

Employment by enterprise size

Value added by enterprise size

Turnover by enterprise size

Compensation of employees by enterprise size

Productivity by enterprise size

3 Enterprise birth, death and survival

Birth rate of employer enterprises

Death rate of employer enterprises

Churn rate of employer enterprises

Survival of employer enterprises

4 Enterprise growth and employment creation

Employment creation and destruction by employer enterprise births and deaths

Employment creation and destruction in surviving enterprises

High-growth enterprises rate

5 SMEs and International trade

Trade concentration

Trade by enterprise size

Trade with emerging economies

Trade by enterprise ownership

6 The profile of the entrepreneur

Gender differences in self-employment rates

Self-employment among the youth

Earnings from self-employment

7 Determinants of entrepreneurship: Selected indicators

Access to finance: Venture capital

Market access: Trade barriers

Culture: Entrepreneurial perceptions and attitudes


A. Sources of data on timely indicators of entrepreneurship

B. List of indicators of entrepreneurial determinants

C. International comparability of venture capital data

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