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Title: Social Economic Crieses as Threat to Entrepreneurship Education Program in Nigeria
Authors: Sofoluwe, Abayomi Olumade
Ogundele, Michael Olarewaju
Oduwaiye, Rhoda Olape
Issue Date: Aug-2015
Publisher: Asian Pasific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3;No. 3; Pp 83-86
Abstract: This paper examined the issues in sacio economic crises and how they saved as threat to effective implementation of entrepreneurship education program. The study however focused on the concepts, types of courses and effects of socioeconomic crises on the entrepreneurship education program in Nigeria. It was therefore concluded that the socioeconomic crisess such as indulgency. inflationary trends vitiation, rioting, armed robbery and ethno religions crises constitute a great threat to effective implementation of entrepreneurship education program in Nigeria. It was however recommended that community members should be actively involved in the eradication of all sorts of social crises so that entrepreneurship education program should be eflectively complemented in Nigeria.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1107
ISSN: 2350-8442
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