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Fabián Fernando Osorio Tinoco

Fernando Pereira Laverde

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Resumen

Para estimar el potencial de la educación para el emprendimiento es preciso buscar una perspectiva diferente, que genere en los individuos las capacidades necesarias para tomar decisiones en acciones emprendedoras. Desde este punto de vista, los autores discuten las variables que incidirían de manera significativa en una alternativa sistémica y holística como la que proponen. Encuentran en la teoría social cognitiva el marco teórico pertinente para su búsqueda, examinan los aportes y limitaciones de los enfoques actuales para delimitar, configurar y construir válidamente el dominio del emprendimiento.

Keywords

entrepreneurship, cognitive social theory, entrepreneur, educationemprendimiento, teoría sociocognitiva, emprendedor, educacióneducação, empreendimento, teoría sociocognitiva, empreendedor

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Osorio Tinoco, F. F., & Pereira Laverde, F. (2011). Hacia un modelo de educación para el emprendimiento: una mirada desde la teoría social cognitiva. Cuadernos De Administración, 24(43). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao24-43.hmep
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