The Supply of High Quality Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries: Evidence from Nigeria

Evaluated entrepreneurial interest among university undergraduates in Nigeria and the role of compulsory entrepreneurship education

Abstract

This project evaluated entrepreneurial interest among university undergraduates in Nigeria and the role of compulsory entrepreneurship education in forging this interest.

Most undergraduates in Nigeria would like to start their own business but only a handful of them currently do so. Compulsory entrepreneurship education stimulates entrepreneurial interest but does not necessarily reinforce it

This research was funded under the Private Enterprise Development in Low-Income Countries (PEDL) Programme

Citation

Adelowo, C., Egbetokun, A. and Olofinyehun, A. (2016), The Supply of High Quality Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries: Evidence from Nigeria, PEDL, 4p

The Supply of High Quality Entrepreneurs in Developing Countries: Evidence from Nigeria

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