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Entrepreneurial Intention of University Students

This study compares the entrepreneurial intention of university students who followed commerce and entrepreneurship and students who did not.

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Developing Future Entrepreneurs: A Need to Improve Science Students Entrepreneurial Participation

A study based on Theory of Planned Behavior was conducted to investigate entrepreneurial intention and behavior between ‘science’ and ‘art’ students in Malaysian secondary schools

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Entrepreneurial Intention of University Students: An Analysis of Gender and Ethnic Groups

Is there any difference between entrepreneurial intention of university students in terms of their gender and ethnic groups?

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Entrepreneurial Self-efficacy of Vocational and Technical Secondary School Students

Entrepreneurial self- efficacy of vocational and technical students has been under investigation as one of the influential factors to ultimately become an entrepreneur.

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Learning Style of University Students: Implications for Improving Entrepreneurial Learning Paradigm

Learning is considered central in the process of entrepreneurial development. Specifically, learning styles play an important role in improving students’ entrepreneurial learning at university.

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Examining the Entrepreneurial Attitudes of Malaysian Secondary School Students

Attitude as one of the most influential factors affecting entrepreneurial behavior has been under investigation to recognize how it can be improved though educational interventions.

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