Much great work is being done already on 50+ entrepreneurship, using existing research on the topic from public and private sector actors. Yet many gaps still exist, and a joined-up approach is still lacking. Where information is still incomplete or non-existent, it is difficult to build policies that are based on solid research. That is why we must do much more to encourage quality research on the topic.
We have brought together some of the best research, papers, publications and studies here, in the hope that they can contribute to greater awareness and support for 50+ entrepreneurs and allow public and private sector actors to fully understand and engage with this issue.
- 2011 Levie, J., Hart, M. 2011. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: UK Report. GEM Global Website
- 2011 Levie, J., Hart, M. 2011. Business and Social Entrepreneurs in the UK: gender, context and commitment. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 3(3).
- 2011 Kautonen, Teemu; Tornikoski, Erno; Kibler, Ewald. 2011. Entrepreneurial intentions in the third age: the impact of perceived age norms