Entrepreneur education, part I

National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship
Working Paper 034/2007
This series is intended to promote discussion and to provide
information about work in progress. The views expressed are those of the authors.
The Journey from Student to
A review of the existing research into graduate
Professor Paul D. Hannon
Director of Research and Education

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