Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Special Report: A Global Perspective on Entrepreneurship Education and Training

Alicia Coduras Martínez, Jonathan Levie, Donna J. Kelley, Rögnvaldur J. Sæmundsson, Thomas Schøtt

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Abstract

In 2008 the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor set out to investigate the prevalence and sources of entrepreneurship education and training, and the effect of this training on starting a business. Thirty-eight national teams participated in this study, adding specialized questions to the standard GEM Adult Populations Surveys (APS). In addition, 30 countries added questions to the National Expert Surveys (NES). This report expands on the eight-page education and training section found on pages 41-48 of the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor 2008 Executive Report. After a brief literature review, we present expert opinions on the current state of entrepreneurship education and training in 30 countries. The report then details the level and sources of training received by the adult population (18-64) in the 38 countries surveyed by GEM. By examining data from the APS, GEM is able to develop profiles of individuals most and least likely to have received training. Additionally, we present new information on the effects of training on an individual’s entrepreneurial awareness, attitudes, intentions and activity in each of the participating countries. Then, five GEM countries provide insights about the types of advisors used by entrepreneurs. The report concludes with possible implications of these new findings and suggests areas for further research.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages65
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Keywords

  • global entrepreneurship
  • entrepreneurship education
  • economic development

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Coduras Martínez, A., Levie, J., Kelley, D. J., Sæmundsson, R. J., & Schøtt, T. (2010). Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Special Report: A Global Perspective on Entrepreneurship Education and Training. London.
Coduras Martínez, Alicia ; Levie, Jonathan ; Kelley, Donna J. ; Sæmundsson, Rögnvaldur J. ; Schøtt, Thomas. / Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Special Report : A Global Perspective on Entrepreneurship Education and Training. London, 2010. 65 p.
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Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Special Report : A Global Perspective on Entrepreneurship Education and Training. / Coduras Martínez, Alicia; Levie, Jonathan; Kelley, Donna J.; Sæmundsson, Rögnvaldur J.; Schøtt, Thomas.

London, 2010. 65 p.

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Coduras Martínez A, Levie J, Kelley DJ, Sæmundsson RJ, Schøtt T. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Special Report: A Global Perspective on Entrepreneurship Education and Training. London, 2010. 65 p.