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Title: Social entrepreneurship in Chinese undergraduate students
Authors: Wang, Yihan 
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Wang, Y. (2020). Social entrepreneurship in Chinese undergraduate students [Unpublished bachelor's thesis]. Wenzhou-Kean University.
Abstract: This study examines to study the current situation of practicing social entrepreneurship among Wenzhou Kean University undergraduate students. It will examine and analyze the understanding level of social entrepreneurship, the willingness of practicing it, and the further influences on providing related courses to Chinese undergraduate students. Based on the data collected by the online questionnaire from 100 respondents in WKU, including 48 males and 52 females who are from different majors and grades. Furthermore, regression analysis was used to analyze several independent variables, such as different grades, the business major or non-business majors and related education background, and their relationship with the dependent variable of Chinese undergraduate students understanding level and willingness to practice social entrepreneurship. We find that Chinese undergraduate students in different grades, majors and whether they have the related education background do not have a significant effect on their willingness to practice social entrepreneurship. Also, respondents show the expectation of starting their own business, but lack of professional knowledge and short of funds support make them hard to achieve goals. Therefore, this research also discusses the barriers and suggestions for Chinese undergraduate students to practice social entrepreneurship.
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