Entitled “How to improve the governance of support for entrepreneurship initiatives”, this policy report was written by Caroline Minialai and Hammad Sqalli (Institut des Hautes Etudes de Management, HEM-CESEM)
This paper is based on the work carried out by the SAHWA Project’s Moroccan team, who studied young people’s transitions to work and formal or informal entrepreneurship. Part of the study focused on native entrepreneurs. Focus groups were organised both with stakeholders supporting youth entrepreneurship and with entrepreneurs. In addition, the Moroccan ethnographic work enabled them to focus on several entrepreneurs and structures that support entrepreneurship.
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