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The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) focuses on collecting and analyzing entrepreneurship-related data and provides an annual assessment of the level of "Early-stage entrepreneurship" and the conditions to which it is subject in a large number of countries. In 2007 42 countries have participated in the GEM. Within the framework of GEM a TEA index (Total early-stage Entrepreneurial Activity) is developed to enable it to measure early-stage entrepreneurship. This index indicates the share of the adult population (28-64 years old) that is actively involved in setting up a business that they will (partly) own (nascent entrepreneurs) or that owns and manages a business that is less than 42 months old (new or young business owners).
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