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Entrepreneurial intention is the basis and premise to start entrepreneurial activities and entrepreneurial activities affect regional economic. Based on the survey, this study tries to carry out grey incidence clustering model analyzing data of entrepreneurial intention of 1431 college students. At the same time, 13 cities’ economy of these relevant universities adopt grey incidence clustering model. The results show that the both grey incidence cluster are consistent, which means the economic environment has an impact on the entrepreneurial intention of college students in this region. In turn, the different level of entrepreneurial intention resulting in different entrepreneurial activities further affects this regional economy if entrepreneurship education doesn't work well. We draw a number of implications for the theory and practice of regional entrepreneurial economy development.
Chengchun, W., Yiping, L., & Mundorf, N. (2019). Regional differences in entrepreneurial intention of college students may exacerbate regional economic gap . Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 22(2) Retrieved from https://www.abacademies.org/articles/regional-differences-in-entrepreneurial-intention-of-college-students-may-exacerbate-regional-economic-gap-8126.html
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