Education In Entrepreneurship

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The role of higher education in entrepreneurship development Entrepreneurship, one of the concepts that has been used in social disciplines for a long time, is one of the most researched topics in the literature. Entrepreneurship is a multidimensional phenomenon and an important element of economic development; in this respect, the issue of developing the entrepreneurship more effectively emerges. The most commonly debated question in the research on entrepreneurship is probably why some individuals are entrepreneurs while the others are not. Numerous studies on business creation suggest that individual differences are the basic reason underlying the question why some individuals actively go for establishing their own businesses while the…show more content…
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