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The Relationship Between University Support to Entrepreneurship with Entrepreneurial Activity in Spain: A Gem Data Based Analysis

Alicia Coduras, David Urbano (), Álvaro Rojas and Salustiano Martínez

International Advances in Economic Research, 2008, vol. 14, issue 4, 395-406

Abstract: The main purpose of this research is to analyse the statistical relationship between entrepreneurship university support and the level of entrepreneurial activity in Spain. Concerning the methodology, data has been provided by the National Spanish GEM (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor). Different statistical methods have been used in this research (descriptive statistics, anova, correlation, linear regression and non linear regression and logit). The main findings of the study demonstrate that there is not a significant statistical relation between entrepreneurship universities support and the entrepreneurial level of activity in Spain. Moreover, it has been found that entrepreneurial intention is statistically related with universities support, showing the improvement of the influence of high education in Spanish entrepreneurship. Copyright International Atlantic Economic Society 2008

Keywords: Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial activity; University support; Intentional models; GEM; Spain; G20; L50; M13 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2008
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