Tracing study in Namibia: A survey on entrepreneurship among young adults

The working paper “Tracing study in Namibia: A survey on entrepreneurship among young adults” is empirically oriented. It presents findings from a survey about entrepreneurship among young adults in Namibia. The purpose is to learn about young Namibians experiences with the subject called Entrepreneurship in secondary school, and to learn about their involvement and interest… Les mer »

Evaluation of Pedagogical Entrepreneurship. Evaluation of the Preparatory Work on Introducing Entrepreneurship in Namibian Junior Secondary Schools

The project assignor for this study is the Namibia Association of Norway (NAMAS). NAMAS is an international non-profit organisation started as a solidarity organisation for the people of Namibia in 1980. NAMAS is currently working on four education projects in Namibia, one of which is “Pedagogical Entrepreneurship”. In 2004, the Ministry of Education of Namibia… Les mer »

Experiences from participation in JA-YE Company Programmes

Junior Achievement – Young Enterprise Europe (JA-YE) is a not-for-profit association based in Belgium. JA-YE brings the public and private sectors together to provide young people in primary and secondary schools and early university with high-quality education programmes to teach them about enterprise, entrepreneurship, business and economics in a practical way. JA-YE is Europe’s largest… Les mer »

Enterprise 2010. The Next Generation in 2007

The European network Junior Achievement–Young enterprise Europe (JA-YE) is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to educate and inspire young people about the world of enterprise and entrepreneurship. Currently the organisation has 2.6 million students in their “learning-by-doing” enterprise education programmes across 41 European countries.Enterprise 2010 is a series of three cross-country surveys sent out to young… Les mer »