The Best Country To Be A Social Entrepreneur In 2019

This week, the Thomson Reuters Foundation in partnership with Deutsche Bank’s CSR Made For Good Global enterprise program, released a survey breaking down the best countries for social entrepreneurs to live and work in. The survey is conducted once every three years. The last study was published in 2016.

Results for the 2019 survey revealed in-depth statistics across 12 metrics detailing what it’s like to operate a social enterprise in each of the 43 top nations. The nations are ranked independently for each of the 12 metrics. A total score was also given based on insights into the country’s social, financial, and governmental support for its entrepreneurs seeking to do good.

How The Survey Was Conducted

Thomson Reuters Foundation acquired the data by surveying 664 known experts in each of the nations on the list. The experts that participated work in a variety of fields such as social entrepreneurship, academics, investments, and policy-making.

Out of the 664 experts, 45% were women and 55% were men. The slight ratio differences of men to women is purely coincidental and doesn’t reflect any gender-biases during selections. Only countries with at least 12 known and verifiable experts were included on the list. Iran and Saudi Arabia were omitted from the list due to the lack of known experts in the required fields to conduct the survey. The rigorous selection of experts ensures a low margin of errors in the gathered data.

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