The Best Country to Start a Business | WSJ.com
NOVEMBER 15, 2010
Zoltan Acs’ work on the Global Entrepreneurship and Development Index is covered by Jeff May in the Wall Street Journal today: What’s more, some emerging-markets powerhouses like China, Russia, Brazil and India, as well as nations like Chile and the Czech Republic, are due for big improvements, says Zoltan Acs, a Small Business Administration economist and co-author of the agency’s study of entrepreneurial performance around the world. China, for instance, ranks as just the 40th best place in the world to start a company. Yet China and its up-and-coming peers score high on forward-looking measures like expectations for job creation—so they’re likely to catch up fast with more-advanced economies. The best country to start a business… – WSJ.com. Tags: American Exceptionalism Research GEDINDEX global entrepreneurship rankings Zoltan Acs.