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Title: Entrepreneurship Education: Enhance Indonesian Economic Growth and National Development
Authors: Hartono, Widjaja
Keywords: Entrepreneurship
Issue Date: Feb-2012
Publisher: International Seminar On Industrial Engineering and Management (ISIEM).
Citation: Hartono, W. (2012). Entrepreneurship education: Enhance indonesian economic growth and national development. In Proceeding. Innovation In Technology, Information, And Management Concerning Worldwide Economic Challenge (pp. IM-83). Retrieved from
Abstract: Entrepreneurship education seeks to provide students with the knowledge, skills and motivation to encourage entrepreneurial success in a variety of settings. Variations of entrepreneurship education are offered at all levels of schooling from primary or secondary schools through graduate university programs. What makes entrepreneurship education distinctive is its focus on realization of opportunity, where management education is focused on the best way to operate existing hierarchies . Entrepreneurs hip correlates with higher rates of innovation, job creation and merit-based achievement, all benefits that accrue to businesses. The relationship between entrepreneurship, job creation and economic development is well documented, making it a relevant issue for anyone concerned with employability, operating environment efficiency or business climate concerns. As an emerging market in Asia, Indonesia faces a classical problem of significant number of unemployment rate. Government and private sectors cannot provide sufficient job vacancies for the people. This condition is an obstacle for economic development. Entrepreneurship is the answer for this situation. Having applied the analytical process, it can be concluded that entrepreneurship education enhance economic growth and national
ISSN: 1978-774X
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