A Multilevel Perspective on Entrepreneurship Education
|This study examines how modes of entrepreneurship education (active, such as business plans, versus reflective, such as theory lectures) alone and in interaction with the universi-ties regional context affect students self-employment intentions. Results from a cross-level analysis show that active modes are positively related with intentions and attitudes, whereas the effect of reflective modes is dependent on the regional context. The findings have impor-tant implications for policy and the ongoing discussion on the teachability of entrepreneurship.
|The Erasmus - EIM - Panteia Entrepreneurship Lectures Series is co-organized by Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM.nl) and EIM Business & Policy Research (EIM/Panteia), an independent and international research and consultancy organisation, specialised in SMEs and Entrepreneurship. EIM is part of the Panteia group.
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