Study On the Status and Influencing Factors of New Generation Migrant Workers' Entrepreneurship Competencies ——Taking Hefei City as an Example
Zhongxia Zheng, Asad Ullah, Tiansong Zhou, Xingfeng Liu
Available Online July 2015.
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- New generation migrant workers; Hefei city; Entrepreneurship competencies; Influence factors; Factor analysis method
- In China, with the improvement of entrepreneurial environment and increasing urban adaptation problems, entrepreneurship is a rational choice for growth. The major entrepreneurial competencies of migrant workers are professional ability, social ability and management ability, which are commonly influenced by the environment and they also influence each other. First, the paper quantitatively analyzes current situation and influencing factors of new generation migrant workers' entrepreneurship competencies by factor analysis method. The results show that their social ability is strong, professional ability less strong but management ability is weak. Secondly, based on the analysis of the influencing factors, it is expressed that the strong social ability benefits from the migrant workers’ entrepreneurship support policy in Anhui Province of China; while the insufficient professional ability and management ability is caused by inequalities of education opportunity and defects in entrepreneurial education. The last part puts forward countermeasures and proposals to improve their entrepreneurship competencies.
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TY - CONF AU - Zhongxia Zheng AU - Asad Ullah AU - Tiansong Zhou AU - Xingfeng Liu PY - 2015/07 DA - 2015/07 TI - Study On the Status and Influencing Factors of New Generation Migrant Workers' Entrepreneurship Competencies ——Taking Hefei City as an Example PB - Atlantis Press SP - 186 EP - 190 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/lemcs-15.2015.36 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/lemcs-15.2015.36 ID - Zheng2015/07 ER -