3. Mapping of policy examples

The remainder of this report presents policy case studies from different countries illustrating different types of policy intervention. Table 3.1 provides a more detailed overview of the policy case studies by their main focus of intervention, intervention level, target groups, whether they have been evaluated, their size and their budget.

As discussed above, the choice of targets for a policy or programme as well as the monitoring and evaluation methods used depend on a variety of factors, including the type of intervention, its scale and scope, and the resources available to measure progress. Table 3.2 presents a synthetic overview of the type of key performance indicators (KPIs) used to monitor the activity and measure the outputs and impacts of the policy examples described in this report. A list summarising the main KPIs used by each intervention is available in the description of each case study in this section.

The policy examples presented in this report provide transversal lessons that can inspire successful policies across areas of entrepreneurship policy intervention. These lessons stem both from good practices adopted by programmes and challenges encountered in design and implementation that gave rise to policy adaptations. Table 3.3 presents key factors illustrated by the cases presented.

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