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Entrepreneurship education and employment performance: An empirical study in Chinese university

Zheng Li (Economics School of Jilin University, Changchun, China)
Yang Liu (Economics School of Jilin University, Changchun, China)

Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship

ISSN: 1756-1396

Article publication date: 13 September 2011




College graduates' unemployment problems have gradually become a social problem. This paper aims to find out whether entrepreneurship education can promote employment and improve job satisfaction by finding the impact of entrepreneurship education on increasing employment performance.


The paper surveys the undergraduates who graduated by 2010 from Jilin University and attained their entrepreneurship and employment performance value. The paper draws a conclusion by making correlation analysis.


The results showed that entrepreneurship has a positive impact effect on the employment performance. It is confirmed entrepreneurship education has a positive effect on employment.


The paper made a link between the entrepreneurship research and the employment study, and provided a theoretical underpinning to the concept of “Encouraging entrepreneurship to drive employment”. This also provided the rationality and necessity of entrepreneurship education.



Li, Z. and Liu, Y. (2011), "Entrepreneurship education and employment performance: An empirical study in Chinese university", Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship, Vol. 3 No. 3, pp. 195-203.



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