Entrepreneurship Education is the Key Contrivance of Poverty Alleviation: An Empirical Review

Mohammad Delwar Hussain, Abul Bashar Bhuiyan, Jamaliah Said, Mohd Suberi Bin Ab

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The principal purpose of this paper is to make evident that the relationship between entrepreneurship education and poverty alleviation constructed on empirical reviews. This study conducted a general search to accumulate empirical literature by the name of entrepreneurship education and poverty alleviation in different online database sources such as Google Scholars, Springer Link, Wiley, Science Direct, JSTOR, Emerald, Scopus, UniMAP Library WorldCat and EBSCO HOST, etc. This study identified the innovation, entrepreneurship training & edification, individual entrepreneurial characteristics, youth empowerment, government support program, a collaboration of government-university-industry is the key tool for entrepreneurship development which is stimulating employment are eventually alleviating poverty.


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