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