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Ghana’s Entrepreneurial Landscape: The Need for a Coordinated National Entrepreneurship Policy: An Overview.

Abstract

The pressure on the public sector to create jobs for Ghana’s increasing population has remained ever daunting since independence.   Graduates from Ghana’s tertiary institutions sits at home for so many years without jobs after leaving school. As the private formal and private informal sectors have emerged and continued to contribute quite significantly to job creation and economic growth, it is a fact that starting and growing a business to success in Ghana is difficult given the minimal state support. Perhaps, the absence of policy or the splinter ways in which policies have existed is the cause for the obvious lack of appreciable support to businesses.

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