The policy paper examines five Arab Mediterranean Countries, namely Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Lebanon and Egypt, and analyses the programmes developed to support entrepreneurship. It looks into the main policies introduced to foster the development of entrepreneurship support programmes and best practices targeted at students, wannabe entrepreneurs and start-up founders. The policy paper puts forward recommendations addressed to policy makers who are designing strategies for youth entrepreneurship.
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