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Title: The meaning and role of entrepreneurship education for school students in the global economy
Authors: Yu, Wai Mui, Christina
Issue Date: 2014
Journal: International Journal of Vocational Education & Training
Abstract: This paper aims to clarify the meaning and role of entrepreneurship?education?(EE) from a competence-based perspective in order to prepare school students to work and live better in the global economy. After a critical review on entrepreneurship and EE, it was found that there is a shift from a narrow business-oriented process to a generic competence-driven process in defining entrepreneurship. The ultimate roles and goals of EE for school students cover both the possession of (1) entrepreneurship for self-employment and economic growth, and (2) enterprising skills for individual life growth. More importantly, on top of the traditional entrepreneurial competencies and capabilities, both ethical and social competencies are suggested in EE in order to balance individual and public interest.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship education
Enterprise education
Entrepreneurial competencies
Entrepreneurial capacities
School students
Global economy
Subjects: Entrepreneurship -- Study and teaching
Core competencies -- Research
Vocational education -- Research
International competition -- Research
Public interest -- Research
Type: Article
ISSN: 1075-2455
Appears in Collections:Qualifications and Competency

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