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Conforme el desempleo aumenta, las redes de empresas han demostrado ser notablemente exitosas en la retención e incremento de su participación en el empleo. Esta publicación analiza las experiencias de trabajo en redes y concentraciones en una amplia variedad de países.
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Know more about the experiences on women entrepreneurship between the OECD and the transition economy countries. Conference on Women Entrepreneurship, Brijuni, October 1999.
In many countries of the OECD business incubators have become an increasingly popular policy instrument for local economic and employment development. Business incubators aim to assist entrepreneurs with enterprise start-ups. Incubators are also...
Fomentar el espíritu empresarial significa movilizar la energía empresarial dentro de un proceso dinámico que se beneficia de todas las oportunidades que puede ofrecer la economía. Este trabajo analiza los factores que favorecen el empresariado y los obstáculos que impiden su desarrollo.
Why decentralise the public employment service? This book provides the most comprehensive set of employment practices and experiences implemented in OECD countries.
Fostering entrepreneurship means channelling entrepreneurial drive into a dynamic process which takes advantage of all the opportunities the economy can provide. This book analyses the factors that favour entrepreneurship and the obstacles that hinder it.
This publication looks at the decentralisation of active labour market policies in OECD countries and shows how local employment management can lead to the implementation of more effective policies.
As unemployment soars, Local Productive Systems have proved to be remarkably successful in retaining and increasing their share of employment. This publication looks at networking and clustering experiences in a wide range of countries.
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This report provides practical tools for new and experienced microcredit practitioners as they design and manage their programmes forlong-term viability.
This publication highlights new evidence on policies to support job creation, bringing together the latest research on labour market, entrepreneurship and local economic development policy to help governments support job creation in the recovery. It also includes a set of country pages featuring, among other things, new data on skills supply and demand at the level of smaller OECD regions (TL3).
This publication is the