Regional Differences in Entrepreneurship Education - Perceptions of University Target Groups

In this paper, we contribute to the literature by empirically investigating certain important issues related to the activities and perception of entrepreneurship education. The paper focuses on the question whether the intentions and the perceptions in regard to being an entrepreneur differ between regions, or even between faculties. We also analyse if regional differences in education structures affect different needs and preferences concerning content and which target groups perceive which activities as most important.

21. February 2006

Authors Kerstin Wagner Frank Bau Jürgen Schmude Michael Dowling

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