Role of Business Education in Promoting Entrepreneurship in Nigeria

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Sulayman Dauda Gidado; Philo Akaeze;
  • Journal: International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development,volume 3,issue 4 October,pages72-77
  • Subject: Role, Business education, promoting, entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship is encouraged in Nigeria because it could lead to self-employment, help in reducing unemployment and contribute towards development of the country. Business education is described as an ‘education for business and about business’. It equips its recipien... View more
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