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Generation Enterprise - The hope for a brighter economic future

Generation Enterprise - The hope for a brighter economic future

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Published by The RSA
Working in partnership with the National Centre for Social Research, the RSA found that the ‘Millennial Generation’ displays an ‘unprecedented entrepreneurial spirit’ with almost a third of people aged 20-29 years old wanting to start their own business. This report considers the role the millennial generation can play in helping the UK emerge from recession.
Working in partnership with the National Centre for Social Research, the RSA found that the ‘Millennial Generation’ displays an ‘unprecedented entrepreneurial spirit’ with almost a third of people aged 20-29 years old wanting to start their own business. This report considers the role the millennial generation can play in helping the UK emerge from recession.

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Published by: The RSA on Sep 10, 2012
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Generationenterprise:
The hope for a BrighTereconomic fuTure
adam LenTdirecTor of programme, rSaSepTemBer 2012
www.thersa.org
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Generation enterprise
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Contents
Acknowledgements 1Preface 2Executive summary 4An explosion of value 5The worm-holes of value 11Down a new worm-hole: self-generated value 17Generation enterprise 26Endnotes 36Bibliography 39
 
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Special thanks are due to Ben Dellot who was the main researcher or thispamphlet and ullled his role with striking eciency and intelligence.Thanks also to Robbie Fergusson or his help with the research.For their useul comments on earlier drats, I would like to thank:David Archer, Michael Ambjorn, Graeme Cooke, Ben Dellot, RolandHarwood, Thom Kenrick, Joseph Lentsch, Rachel O’Brien, AnthonyPainter, Jonathon Rowson and Matthew Taylor.And nally many thanks to Matt Barnes and Naomi Jones at theNational Centre or Social Research or their work on the millennialgeneration analysis and to Thom Kenrick at RBS or allowing me earlysight o their work on young people and enterprise.

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