Entrepreneurial Success through Networks and Social Capital: Exploratory Considerations from GEM Research in New Zealand

@inproceedings{Cruickshank2006EntrepreneurialST,
  title={Entrepreneurial Success through Networks and Social Capital: Exploratory Considerations from GEM Research in New Zealand},
  author={Prue Cruickshank and Deborah Rolland},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract New Zealand is a highly entrepreneurial nation rating consistently in the top six countries globally for its Total Entrepreneurial Activity (TEA) according to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) 2001–03. Its population of four million is highly networked, which results in people knowing each other or being able to find out about each other. The advantages of the social capital derived from this level of networking are explored, as are the redundancies caused by overlapping… CONTINUE READING