The Impact of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education on Regional Development
Aluthgama-Baduge, Chinthaka Jayananda
AffiliationRoyal Agricultural University
University of Birmingham
University of Derby
University of Buckingham
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AbstractThe paper explores the ways in which enterprise and entrepreneurial education (EEE), delivered by HEI’s, impacts regional development. To do this we analysed several datasets from The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and the Office for National Statistics (ONS) focusing on the ways in which HEI start-up activity impacts indicators including GDP and employment. This highlights where further research and investment is needed to ensure a consistent regional development policy which we believe aligns with the conference's focus on connecting practitioners and policymakers to create a genuine change in regional disparities.
CitationBozward D., Rogers-Draycott, M., Smith, K., Mave, M., Curtis, V., Aluthgama-Baduge, C., Moon, R., and Adams, N. (2021). 'The Impct of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education on Regional Development'. Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Conference. Cardiff City Hall, Cardiff. 28-29 October. Barnsley: ISBE, pp. 1-20.
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