Analysis of the Effect of Educational Input on the Entrepreneurial Behavior of Intellectual Employees

Author/s: Tao Feng, Chengjun Wang, Xiaoming Sun, Huimin Li

DOI: 10.12738/estp.2018.5.142 

Year: 2018 Vol: 18 Number: 5


In the face of the new situation of global economic development and the increasingly severe employment situation, encouraging intellectual employees to start their own businesses and innovate has become a new engine of sustainable economic growth in various countries. Intellectual or technological entrepreneurial activities have never been more active, and their promotion of sustainable economic development has been highly valued by governments all over the world. Educational input in intellectual or technological entrepreneurial employees has played an irreplaceable role in cultivating entrepreneurship and promoting the success rate of starting a business. The educational input of entrepreneurship is an important part and historical mission of continuous education. In order to find the effect of educational input in intellectual employees on entrepreneurial behavior, this study explores the entrepreneurial education system and educational input in the investigated area based on the three-factor interaction theory and the self efficacy theory, and assesses the positive effect of educational input on the effectiveness of entrepreneurial activities in the area. The results show that continuous input in entrepreneurial education for intellectual employees can not only promote the growth of small-scale entrepreneurial enterprises, but also promote the birth of innovative transnational enterprises

Entrepreneurial educational input, Entrepreneurial behavior, Intellectual employees, Positive effect, Economic growth

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