DOES CONSTITUENT OF ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE DIFFER IN INDIVIDUALS

Abstract

To address the problem of unemployment through job creation, various governments have developed policies towards the fostering of entrepreneurial culture. It is believed that culture when nurtured, must distinguish an individual from another group of individuals, hence, given the interest in fostering entrepreneurial culture, it may likely imply that individuals nurtured with such a culture are likely to differ significantly from those not nurtured. Using a Mann-Whitney U test analysis to test for differences between the participants of entrepreneurship programmes offered by the government and non-participants, Findings indicate that participants of the programmes differed significantly in three of the constituents of Entrepreneurial Culture identified

Keywords: Entrepreneurial Attributes, Entrepreneurial Culture, Entrepreneurial Mindset and Entrepreneurial Behaviour, Entrepreneurial Values

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Pages: 22-27 (Download PDF)

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