Ontological Outcomes of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurship Behavior: A Study of Postgraduate Students of Bule Hora University, Ethiopia, Horn of Africa.

  • Dr. Chala Wata Dereso, Dr. Shashi Kant, Dr. Maheshwaran M

Abstract

Background: From the ontological perspective, this study apprehended and measured the reality of entrepreneurship behavior in terms of entrepreneurship education outcomes in institutes of higher education. Method: Regression analysis was applied to a sample of 248 students from the Bule Hora University, Ethiopia. Result: The findings highlight the positive effect of outcomes on entrepreneurship behavior in all factors, including vision, innovation and risk taking ability. The study thus shows that entrepreneurship behavior modifies over the course of entrepreneurship education.

Published
2020-12-01
How to Cite
Dr. Chala Wata Dereso, Dr. Shashi Kant, Dr. Maheshwaran M. (2020). Ontological Outcomes of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurship Behavior: A Study of Postgraduate Students of Bule Hora University, Ethiopia, Horn of Africa. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(08), 6150-6158. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/34311
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