Atlas: GEN’s Research + Policy Portal

Atlas is a compendium of public sector policies and programs that serves as a tool for policymakers, advisors and opinion leaders to learn about previously implemented policy models, articulated entrepreneurship strategies and/or designs of public-sector-supported  programs.

Year Introduced: | National-level

Sweden has a unique system of granting workers unpaid leave to allow them to potentially launch a new business as entrepreneurs. As such, employees can pursue a startup idea for six months without…

Year Introduced: | National-level

SBIR offers eligible participants grants to develop and commercialize a new technology or intellectual property, when it isn’t yet at the stage where they can attract traditional investment, and the…

Year Introduced: | Sub-national

With the existing Goa Startup Policy set to expire in September 2020, the state government has started working on a revamped policy that will address regulatory bottlenecks and enhance funding…

Year Introduced: | Sub-national

The Delhi city-state has kicked off a consultation process to draft a new startup policy with industry leaders and entrepreneurs, with the goal of making Delhi their preferred destination for…

Year Introduced: | National-level

The new law sets out a regulatory framework that provides incentives for the creation, development, growth and expansion of entrepreneurial projects, as a basis for the country's productive…

Year Introduced: | Sub-national

Seven community colleges in the Appalachian region joined to form an Entrepreneurship Education Continuum, which has two major components: 1) Embedding entrepreneurship into existing lesson plans…