The Enterprise Surveys (ES) team has released new 2019 survey data for Albania, Kyrgyz Republic, Malta, Mongolia, Montenegro, the Republic of Cyprus and Turkey. The data was collected in partnership with EBRD and EIB. In addition to the core questions included in all standard ES, these surveys had additional questions on the green economy, regulatory governance, and the use of managers’ time.
The team is also happy to announce the new enhanced and updated design of its website and data portal. It includes new features and improved organization. Please note that all registered users from the previous portal will have to reset their passwords due to new encryption technology. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this should provide a safer and more efficient service.
This report presents the findings of Enterprise Surveys conducted in eight economies in the region in 2013 and 2014: Djibouti, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, the West Bank and Gaza, and Yemen. By analyzing detailed information on more than 6,000 private firms in the manufacturing and services sectors, the report provides fine-grained insights into the key drivers of firms’ performance and the major challenges of the business environment in which they operate.
We are currently gathering data in 47 countries around the world.
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The Enterprise Surveys implemented in European and Central Asian countries are also known as Business Environment and Enterprise Performance Surveys (BEEPS) and are jointly conducted by the World Bank Group, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the European Investment Bank (EIB), and the European Commission (EC). Enterprise Surveys in Latin America are jointly funded with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). Enterprise Surveys in the Middle East and North Africa are jointly funded with EBRD and the EIB. In the past, other institutions have contributed to the Enterprise Surveys: the UK's Department for International Development(DFID) in South Asia and a subset of African countries, the Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF) in a subset of francophone West African countries (DGGF), and COMPETE Caribbean in the Caribbean.