Entrepreneurship in an illiberal, unorthodox country: The case of Hungary

Since the 2010 elections, Hungary has been following a unique, yet controversial and debated way of economic and political development. The Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán […]

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London and the REF: Excellent universities will drive the UK’s rise

This is the second of a series on London and the UK’s potential rise to Number 1 globally for entrepreneurship. In my last blog I asked […]

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Does Bulgaria need more entrepreneurs?

According to previous Flash Eubarometer entrepreneurship surveys (e.g. Flash Eurobarometer 354, 2012) Bulgaria’s population has a better than average attitude towards startups and entrepreneurial activity when […]

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