University of St.Gallen
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Stairway to Heaven or Highway to Hell? The Use of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Data in Academic Research

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abstract With over one million data sets datasets collected over a period of ten years the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) project is the world’s largest database for entrepreneurship research. Our paper analyzes how GEM data is currently used in academic empirical research,
what kind of research methods are being used, and how future studies could use the GEM database to its full potential in terms of variables, methods and fields of application.
   
type conference paper (English)
   
keywords Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, GEM, entrepreneurial activity, empirical research
   
name of conference IV International Workshop of Research based on GEM (Cadiz, Spain)
date of conference 22-6-2009
page(s) 20
review internal review
   
citation Bergmann, H., Mueller, S., & Schrettle, T. (2009). Stairway to Heaven or Highway to Hell? The Use of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Data in Academic Research. In , pp.20.