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Title: Entrepreneurial learning The Small Business Act policy index and higher education Abdelaziz Jaouani Belfast, 27/28 May 2010


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Entrepreneurial learningThe Small Business Act
policy index and higher educationAbdelaziz
JaouaniBelfast, 27/28 May 2010
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ETFs partner countries covered by the
charter/SBA
Eastern Partnership Armenia, Azerbaijan,
Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
IPA Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo,
Montenegro, Serbia Croatia, FYR Macedonia,Turkey
MEDA Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Lebanon,
Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Occupied Palestinian
Territories
3
The Enterprise Policy Index a common evaluation
framework
SBA Policy Index Dimensions
Entrepreneurship environment (education and training) Second chance Rules for Think Small First Responsive public administration SMEs and public procurement Access to finance SME opportunities EU Single Market Skills innovation SMEs and environmental concerns SMEs in growth markets
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  • Each indicator
  • 5 level scale, cumulative
  • max 3-4 years

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ME review improvement
Implementation on-going
Break even point policy agreed
Dialogue, planning
No policy, ad hoc activities
Level 1
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
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The Process Actors
The SME Policy Index is organised to involve all
levels in the evaluation and input process
  • KEY ACTORS
  • Partner organisations led by EC in close
    collaboration with ETF, OECD, EBRD and EIB
  • National Coordinators Team conduct a
    self-assessment based on the SME Policy Index.
  • An independent assessment is conducted by ETF and
    partner organisations
  • Bilateral meetings with SME and HCD policy
    stakeholders in the country.
  • Regional Report, country and thematic sections

National Charter Co-ordinators
EC / DG-ENT
OECD ETF EBRD / EIB
Biannual double exercise of Assessment
Bilateral Meetings with SME and HCD Stakeholders
in the Country
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Existing areas
Higher Education
Good Practice
Policy
ISCED3
ISCED2
Women Entrepreneurship
Non formal
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Next steps
  • indicators for higher education
  • Policy
  • Good practice
  • University Enterprise cooperation ??
  • womens entrepreneurship (4 indicators ??)
  • Assesment IPA October 2010
  • Assesment MEDA 2011

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Thank you!Join the ETF Enterprising People!
  • Questions to
  • Name Aziz Jaouani
  • Email aja_at_etf.europa.eu
  • Telephone 39 011 6302322
  • Website www.etf.europa.eu

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Issues for the indicators and policy process
  • Ownership country experts draw up the indicators
  • Engagement
  • Multi-constituency government, business, schools
  • National dialogue
  • All partners engaged in assessment process
  • Development vs. measurement
  • Incentives-oriented step-by-step approach,
    achieveability
  • Donor interest use of indicators for
    international support
  • Regional cooperation bench-marking, learning
    from others
  • Next steps indicators for higher education,
    womens entrepreneurship, 2011 assessment

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Policy Indicators for the
Pre-accession Region
SBA Policy Index Dimensions
Entrepreneurship environment (education and training) Second chance Rules for Think Small First Responsive public administration SMEs and public procurement Access to finance SME opportunities EU Single Market Skills innovation SMEs and environmental concerns SMEs in growth markets
  • Five indicators in 2008 assessment
  • Lifelong entrepreneurial learning policy
  • Lower secondary education
  • Upper secondary education
  • Good practice
  • Non-formal entrepreneurial learning
  • Next assesessent 2011
  • Tertiary education - policy
  • Tertiary education - good practice
  • Womens entrepreneurship (4 indicators)?

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