A comparative study of the entrepreneurial characteristics of Architecture and Building Students: Evidences from a developing economy
Nigeria like every other nation is in a race to achieve vision 2020. One of the goals articulated by the National Technical Working Group on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) is to increase entrepreneurship and raise employment contribution to 60 percent by 2015 & 80 percent by 2020. The number of entrepreneurs in a country can be increased by several means including education. However,...
Published at Proceedings of the 22nd IBIMA conference on Creating Global Competitive Economies: 2020 Vision Planning & Implementation held in Rome, Italy
Published in 2014
Tunji-Olayeni, P.F., Mosaku, T.O., Amusan L.M and Omuh, I.O
Omuh Ignatius » Ignatius Omuh is currently a lecturer in the department of Building Technology Covenant University, Ota. He attended the University of Jos, where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Building and subsequently a Master’s degree in Construction technology. He has a passion for practicing his disciple and as a result spent some years on the field before venturing into academics. His research... view full profile
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