On the Cultivation of Undergraduates' Ability of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Economic Management Based on Employment Ability Perspective
Runxiang Xu, Mingzhu Li
Available Online August 2018.
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- Economic management; College students; Innovation; Entrepreneurship
- At present, with the expansion of enrollment in colleges and universities, the employment situation of university graduates has become increasingly severe, and economic management majors once hailed as “popular”. Due to unreasonable duplication of settings, these professional graduates have obviously oversupply. At the same time, due to the special nature of graduates of economic management, the practical requirements of graduates are high, which makes the employment of economic management graduates face many difficulties. From the perspective of employability, the article analyzes the status quo of innovation and entrepreneurship education for economic management students from the aspects of curriculum system and practical teaching. It finds that the ability of innovation and entrepreneurship of graduates of this type lags behind the practical needs of economic and social development. It is difficult to adapt its employability to meet the requirements of the labor and employment market in the short term. Then analyze the main problems existing, and put forward some feasible suggestions for training the ability of innovation and entrepreneurship of economic management from the perspective of innovation of ability training mechanism, so as to achieve the purpose of improving employability.
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TY - CONF AU - Runxiang Xu AU - Mingzhu Li PY - 2018/08 DA - 2018/08 TI - On the Cultivation of Undergraduates' Ability of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Economic Management Based on Employment Ability Perspective PB - Atlantis Press SP - 288 EP - 292 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/emim-18.2018.58 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/emim-18.2018.58 ID - Xu2018/08 ER -