Edited by Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori
Chapter 3: Does entrepreneurship education change minds? A multinational analysis of mandatory and voluntary entrepreneurial training
The authors test the effect of entrepreneurship education on the three stages of business creation (intention, action and ownership). In doing so, it was found that only voluntary entrepreneurship education has positive effects on entrepreneurial intentions and actions; mandatory education did not impact intentions or actions.
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