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Research of an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem of a Region

Student: Alesya Zaporozhchuk

Supervisor: Mikhail G. Nazarov

Faculty: Faculty of Management

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2016

Entrepreneurial ecosystem approach has recently become one of the most efficient economic drivers in both fast- and slow-growing economies. The present study is aimed at understanding the concept of this approach and its influence on the regional development on the example of Nizhny Novgorod region. In order to measure the efficiency of the entrepreneurial ecosystem, the survey will be employed as research strategy. The main instrument used in this survey will be an online questionnaire, based on existing Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs methodology. The findings of the study provide an initial understanding of the current state of entrepreneurial ecosystem in Nizhny Novgorod region as well as examine its features and drawbacks. As a result, recommendations for the further analysis and improvements of the ecosystem are suggested.

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