Journal of Entrepreneurship Education (Print ISSN: 1098-8394; Online ISSN: 1528-2651)


Faculty traits and learning in entrepreneurship courses: Evidences from a moderation analysis

Author(s): Hajar M Alhosseiny, Moid U Ahmad

Entrepreneurship teaching and training is an imperative educational domain for business and economy. An additional insight into the teaching and learning process in Entrepreneurship related courses will enable better policy making and better pedagogy. With a focus on learning in entrepreneurial courses, the primary objective of the research is to understand the impact of faculty traits on learning in the context of three moderator variables (age, gender, educational qualification). The study highlights that three faculty traits are significant to entrepreneurship learning and should be considered in the teaching-learning process. These traits are gender, diversity in educational background and real life work experience. The study is based on a sample (204 respondents) from the Egyptian population and uses the regression techniques to draw inferences.

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