Journal of Business & Economic Policy

ISSN 2375-0766 (Print), 2375-0774 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/jbep

Entrepreneurship in Afghanistan and the Leading Effect of International Indices in the Development of Entrepreneurship in Afghanistan
Ahadzai AHMADI; Gülsevim YUMUK GÜNAY, Ph.D; Tülay DEMİRALAY, Ph.D.

Entrepreneurship is known to be one of the most important power sources for developing countries and improving their economies. Many developed countries owe their strong economies to entrepreneurial activities in their countries. The period of foreign and civil wars in Afghanistan and the constant change of government have deeply and negatively affected the country's economy and entrepreneurial activities in that country. The development of Afghan economy and entrepreneurship depends on the entrepreneurial investments and supports to be performed in the country. For this purpose, the place of Afghanistan in international indices was examined and the recommendations about the development of entrepreneurship in Afghanistan were tried to be presented considering the relations between the indices. In the study, simple linear regression analysis was applied to test the causality relationship between E-Government Development level, Logistics Performance level and Information and Communication Technology Development level which are considered to be effective on the ease of doing business. According to the research results, it has been seen that the investments on information and communication technologies, logistics performance and E-Government development investments significantly and positively affect the ease of doing business.

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