Entrepreneurship Education and Poverty Alleviation: Impact Analysis of Covenant University Graduates between 2006-2013
Entrepreneurship is central to the economic growth and development of any nation and empirical evidence has shown that economic growth over time is necessary for poverty reduction. Entrepreneurship education is the process that provides trainees with knowledge, skills and attitudes to create wealth for poverty reduction and self-employment. Covenant University from inception has played...
Published at Proceedings of 2nd CU International Conference on African Development Issues
Published in 2015
Moses, C; Ola-David, O; Oluwatobi, S; Oludayo, O; Akinbode, M; Agboola, G; Achugamonu, B
Ola-David Oluyomi » Oluyomi Ola-David is a development economist with broad interests in the empirics of international investment, employment dynamics and industrial policy in Africa. She currently holds a teaching position in the Department of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University-Nigeria. She actively participates in collaborative research projects that focus on African development issues. She... view full profile
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