Gender distribution of early-stage entrepreneurs in Middle East & Africa 2013

This statistic shows the share of early-stage entrepreneurs (TEA) in Middle East & African countries in 2013, by gender. In 2013, 15% of the total male population in Libya was involved in early-stage entrepreneurial activity.

Percentage of population involved in business start-ups in Middle East & Africa in 2013, by country and gender

Percentage of male populationPercentage of female population
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Release date

January 2014


Africa, MENA

Survey time period


Age group

18-64 years

Method of interview


Supplementary notes

Key indicators and definitions of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report can be found here.

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