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Entrepreneurs, business advisors, governments and non-profit organisations can draw on our expertise in their efforts to design policies, start businesses, innovate and improve performance.

Large-scale projects like the Comprehensive Australian Study of Entrepreneurial Emergence (CAUSEE) and the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) are helping us assess entrepreneurial activity in Australia. We’re discovering what works and doesn’t work for Australian start-ups. Our more specialised projects are helping segments of the population and industry.

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Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) National Report

Steffens, Paul R. & Omarova, Amina (2019) ACE Research Briefing Paper 013 : Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) - 2017/18 Australian National Report. ACE Research Briefing Paper, 013. Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, QUT Business School, and The Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre, University of Adelaide.
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    Queensland Connects: Accelerating Queensland’s Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurs

    , , Renando, Chad, , & (2019) Queensland Connects: Accelerating Queensland’s Innovation-Driven Entrepreneurs. Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, QUT Business School, Brisbane, Qld.
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      ACE Research Vignette 061

      & (2018) ACE Research Vignette 061: Digital Technologies as External Enablers of Digital Hardware Start-ups. ACE Vignette, 061. Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, Brisbane, QLD.
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        ACE Research Vignette 060

        (2018) ACE Research Vignette 060: Roles of External Enablers and their Implications for New Venture Creation. ACE Research Vignette, 060. Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, Brisbane, Qld.
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          ACE Research Vignette 059

          (2018) ACE Research Vignette 059: Mechanisms of External Enablers and their Implications for New Venture Creation. Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship Research, Brisbane, QLD.
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