Entrepreneurship-Specific Education and Entrepreneurial Intention: Do Female Students Benefit?
11 Pages Posted: 6 Apr 2016
Date Written: October 1, 2014
This study explores the linkage between entrepreneurship-specific education participation, alertness and risk-taking general human capital skills, and the intensity of entrepreneurial intention. We integrate insights from human capital theory with views from social feminist theory and socially learned stereotypes theory, and challenge the view that ESE generates equal benefits for both female and male students.
Keywords: Entrepreneurial intention, Female entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship education
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