On Teaching Economics and Management from Entrepreneurship Education Perspective

Jing MA


The major of economics and management becomes the most initiative and positive volunteer of entrepreneurship education, the launcher of entrepreneurship, the teaching implementation institution, and the consultancy operation institution as its characteristics for specialization resources and talents training, which plays very important role on entrepreneurship education. Moreover, according to over 20 years’ entrepreneurship education experience in American universities, they always focus on business and management majors. Based on entrepreneurship education, this paper systematically analyzed the influential factors, such as teachers’ quality, bilingual teaching, practice ability training. Finally, we proposed several countermeasures on developing entrepreneurship education for economics and management major from innovation consciousness, innovation capacity, class teaching, and assessment system and entrepreneurship lectures perspective.

Key words: Entrepreneurship education; Economics and management major; Education research


Entrepreneurship education; Economics and management major; Education research


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020120806.1871


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