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Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and the Economy in the US, China, and India by Harini Mittal, Zhijie Gao, Rajiv Shah

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Chapter 13

Entrepreneurial Training

Abstract

We address the role of education, in general, and entrepreneurial education, in particular, in contributing to the success of entrepreneurial endeavors in this chapter. Most entrepreneurs and academics in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship know that a good idea alone does not make a new venture. It takes a lot more than that. Entrepreneurship, as discussed earlier, is a process. Some people have the natural instincts to learn this along the way, very often the hard way through experience. For the vast majority, education in entrepreneurship can facilitate the process of launching new ventures. We look at the availability of this education in China and India and compare it to that of the ...

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