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Entrepreneurship Education and Entry into Self-Employment Among University Graduates.- Premand P. ; Brodmann S. ; Almeida R. ; Grun R. ; Barouni M..- World Development, Volume 77, January 2016

Entrepreneurship education has the potential to enable youth to gain skills and create their own jobs. In Tunisia, a curricular reform created an entrepreneurship track providing business training and coaching to help university students prepare a business plan. We rely on randomized assignment of the entrepreneurship track to identify impacts on students' labor market outcomes one year after graduation. The entrepreneurship track led to a small increase in self-employment, but overall employment rates remained unchanged. Although business skills improved, effects on personality and entrepreneurial traits were mixed. The program nevertheless increased graduates' aspirations toward the future.

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