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The Role of entrepreneurship education in the entrepreneurial process A Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education Course: Research Methodology Professor: Dr. Arabiun Chapter 13 (230-237) By: MaryamMahinrad
When the entrepreneurial process is carefully analyzed, there are at least three kinds of variables involved in any start up: The person(s) leading the project the environment in which it is embedded The characteristics of the opportunity to be exploited
Entrepreneurial process: It is defined as all the functions, activities, and actions associated with perceiving opportunities and creating organizations to pursue them. The one thing that all definitions have in common is: The Individual Intention
The three elements in the entrepreneurial process Intention and Entrepreneurial Intention The environment in which the firm will be created Business Opportunity
Intention Intention is a cognitive construct that captures the motivational factors influencing behaviour the entrepreneurial intention would be the most important element to predict the individual’s firm-creation behavior The entrepreneurial intention model is the basic element in the entrepreneurial process.
environment The opportunities to be pursued will depend, at least partially, on the characteristics of such and environment. Munificence: the degree of resource abundance in the environment Like: highly skilled labor force or advanced business services Carrying Capacity: Refers to the number of organizations competing for the same resources or markets The presence of entrepreneurial role models in the society
opportunity Opportunity Recognition: Objective Resources such as market needs and information Subjective abilities such as skills and perceptions
The Entrepreneurial Process Entrepreneur Opportunity New Venture Environment
The Entrepreneurial Intention Model: Perceived desirability Personal attitude Perceived social norm Entrepreneurial Intention Entrepreneurial Knowledge Perceived feasibility (self-efficacy)