Chapter One, introduction and research methodology. Chapter Two presents a review of the research domain and the parent literature related to the research problem. The foundation theories, entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurship education literature is reviewed with the research boundaries stated. The theoretical and practical foundations are laid and the research hypotheses are introduced. Chapter Three describes the pretest-posttest experimental research methodology employed to test the hypotheses. Chapter Four discusses the results and Chapter Five concludes the thesis with the data analysis, the research’s limitations, and a summary of the research’s contributions to practice and knowledge including suggestions for future research.
Year Manuscript Completed
Entrepreneurship; undergraduate student; entrepreneurship education
Primary Language of Manuscript
Recommended CitationDell McStay (2008) An investigation of undergraduate student self-employment intention and the impact of entrepreneurship education and previous entrepreneurial experience, PhD, ePublications@bond, Faculty of Business, Technology and Sustainable Development.
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