Entrepreneurship Education in Asia
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Entrepreneurship Education in Asia

Edited by Hugh Thomas and Donna Kelley

The continuing success of the Asian Miracle relies on an entrepreneurial revolution that has increased the productivity and flexibility of economies across the region. Yet this revolution has largely been necessity-driven, traditional and vulnerable to erosion as the region becomes increasingly prosperous and well educated. How to educate the next wave of entrepreneurs is a pressing Asian question that resonates around the world and is the subject of this volume.
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Chapter 7: Entrepreneurship Education in Japan

Takeru Ohe

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7. Entrepreneurship education in Japan Takeru Ohe* 7.1 THE BREAKDOWN OF HOME-BASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION Japan is a country made up of well-established family businesses. According to the Teikoku DataBank,1 there are over 19 000 companies mor...

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