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entrepreneur

noun administrator, baron, business leader, businessman, businessperson, businesswoman, employer, enterpriser, exec, executive, financier, magnate, man of commerce, owner, producer, top executive, tycoon
Associated concepts: entrepreneur law, free trade
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Whether or not academicians engaged in entrepreneurial education (EE) need specialized education / training to develop expertise in EE?
The statistical techniques used to study the variables were ANOVA, MLR and Correlation and the results suggested that the entrepreneurial education has a positive effect on students entrepreneurial intentions and the universities and other Business Schools must offer such kind of Entrepreneurial education courses for motivating the students for bringing new ideas of earning in the society as entrepreneurship education emphasis increasing antecedents of intentions and planned behavior.
The Plight of University Students' Entrepreneurial Education and the Countermeasures [J], Research in Education Development, 21, 71-75.
Entrepreneurial education is defined by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Special Report--2010 as "the building of knowledge and skills about or for the purpose of entrepreneurship generally, as part of recognized education programs at primary, secondary or tertiary-level educational institutions.
Business entry is fundamentally a different activity than managing a business (Gartner & Vesper, 1994); entrepreneurial education must address the equivocal nature of business entry (Gartner, Bird, & Starr, 1992).
2010) indicates that entrepreneurial education is of high relevance in poverty reduction as perceived by the participants.
is celebrating its 40th anniversary of providing economic and entrepreneurial education in the great state of Alaska.
Last year he joined with like-minded principals to launch the Gazelle Group, which will spread the entrepreneurial education culture.
Despite this political commitment, it is estimated that more than half of university students in Europe do not have access to entrepreneurial education, some differences existing by country (EIDG 2008b).
Current entrepreneurial education consists of a chronologically based approach.
Steven Broomhead, Professor of Entrepreneurial Education at Hope, said: "It's an important opportunity to profile the importance of social enterprise in the economy.

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