Entrepreneurial Education, Sustainability and Youth Employment
Keywords:Entrepreneurial Mindset, Innovative Teaching, Entrepreneurs and Start-Uppers, Digital Platforms, Multi-Stakeholder, Youth Employment, Local Economic and Social Development, Global Markets
For the future socio-economic development of member States, European policy
makers urge endowing youngsters with an entrepreneurial mindset through
business education starting from school. Such investments in education would
activate a virtuous circle that enables overcoming the miss-match between supply
and demand through effective education, reducing the number of early school
leavers through the introduction of more practice-oriented teaching methods,
increasing youth employment and nurturing a vocation for social innovation at the
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