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作者 Valerio, Alexandria
書名 Entrepreneurship Education and Training Programs around the World : Dimensions for Success
出版項 Herndon : World Bank Publications, 2014
©2014
國際標準書號 9781464802034 (electronic bk.)
9781464802027
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (245 pages)
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系列 Directions in Development
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附註 Front Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- About the Authors -- Abbreviations -- Overview -- Entrepreneurship Promotion -- Entrepreneurship Education and Training -- About the Study -- Typology for EET Programs -- Conceptual Framework for EET -- EET Program Landscape Analysis -- Implications for EET Program Design and Implementation -- Implications for Policy -- Chapter 1 About the Study -- Motivation -- Objective -- Methodology -- Structure of the Study -- Audience -- Note -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2 Literature Review -- On Entrepreneurship -- On Entrepreneurship Education and Training -- Implications for Policy -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Conceptual Framework -- Types of EET Programs -- Developing a Conceptual Framework for EET -- Describing the Framework by Dimension -- Note -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 EET Program Landscape and Analysis -- Entrepreneurship Education-Secondary Education Students (EESE) -- Analyzing EESE Programs -- Entrepreneurship Education-Higher Education Students (EEHE) -- Analyzing EEHE Programs -- Entrepreneurship Training-Potential Entrepreneurs (ETPo) -- Analyzing ETPo Programs -- Entrepreneurship Training-Practicing Entrepreneurs (ETPr) -- Analyzing ETPr Programs -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Implications for Program Design and Implementation -- Summary of Findings -- Implications for Program Design -- Policy Implications -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Appendix A Program Outcomes -- Appendix B Program Characteristics -- Note -- Bibliography -- Appendix C Moderating Factors -- Note -- Bibliography -- Appendix D Program Narratives -- BizWorld | The Netherlands -- Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) | Boston Chapter, United States -- Bødo Entrepreneurship Program | Norway -- Business Plan Thesis Competition | Tunisia
McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship Program | United States -- Entrepreneurship Development Centre | Bosnia and Herzegovina -- Economic Empowerment of Adolescent Girls and Young Women | Liberia -- TechnoServe | El Salvador -- FINCA Entrepreneurship Program | Peru -- National Rural Savings Programme | Pakistan -- Interise | United States -- Notes -- References -- Appendix E Program Descriptions -- References -- Boxes -- Figures -- tables -- Back Cover
Entrepreneurship has attracted global interest for its potential to catalyze economic and social development. Research suggesting that certain entrepreneurial mindsets and skills can be learned has given rise to the field of entrepreneurship education and training (EET). Despite the growth of EET, global knowledge about these programs and their impact remains thin. In response, this study surveys the available literature and program evaluations to propose a Conceptual Framework for understanding the EET program landscape. The study finds that EET today consists of a heterogeneous mix of programs that can be broken into two groups: entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurship training. These programs target a range of participants: secondary and post-secondary education students, as well as potential and practicing entrepreneurs. The outcomes measured by program evaluations are equally diverse but generally fall under the domains of entrepreneurial mindsets and capabilities, entrepreneurial status, and entrepreneurial performance. The dimensions of EET programs vary according the particular target group. Programs targeting secondary education students focus on the development of foundational skills linked to entrepreneurship, while post-secondary education programs emphasize skills related to strategic business planning. Programs targeting potential entrepreneurs generally are embedded within broader support programs and tend to target vulnerable populations for whom employment alternatives may be limited. While programs serving practicing entrepreneurs focus on strengthening entrepreneurs' knowledge, skills and business practices, which while unlikely to transform an enterprise in the near term, may accrue benefits to entrepreneurs over time. The study also offers implications for policy and program implementation, emphasizing the importance
of clarity about target groups and desired outcomes when making program choices, and sound understanding of extent to which publicly-supported programs offer a broader public good, and compare favorably to policy alternatives for supporting the targeted individuals as well as the overall economic and social objectives
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Valerio, Alexandria Entrepreneurship Education and Training Programs around the World : Dimensions for Success Herndon : World Bank Publications,c2014 9781464802027
主題 Entrepreneurship -- Study and teaching.;Educational assistance -- Evaluation
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Alt Author Parton, Brent
Robb, Alicia
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