Entrepreneurial Education in Romanian Education System
Mariana Pipirigeanu () and
Bianca Cristina Stancu ()
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Mariana Pipirigeanu: Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania
Bianca Cristina Stancu: INCDMRR-ICPMRR, Bucharest, Romania
Manager Journal, 2015, vol. 22, issue 1, 96-102
EU’ s 2020 strategy is to integrate creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship in the school curriculum by proposing a set of actions implying all students in entrepreneurial activity with a view to devoping theirs skills needed in business market. Governments should revise the legislation in force by eliminating existing administrative barriers and supporting entrepreneurs in crucial stages of the life cycle of a business; The links between schools, universities and business area should be strengthened in oreder to achieve aims proposed by EU’ s 2020 strategy. Entrepreneurial education has an important role in the educational system, having a strong applicative character, as it does emphasize the size of the student’s personality formation act. The purpose of the entrepreneurial education is to promote students’ innovation spirit.
Keywords: strategy; entrepreneurship; students; education; business market; economic growth; market dynamics (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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