Training in Entrepreneurship Competences, Challenges for Educational Institutions: Systematic Literature Review.

Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Año de publicación2020
AuthorsMontes-Martínez, R, Ramírez-Montoya, MS
Nombre de la ConferenciaIn Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM 2020). University of Salamanca. Spain.
Keywordscompetences, Educational entrepreneurship, Educational Innovation Higher Education, Entrepreneurship education, Social entrepreneurship

Educational institutions have a preponderant role in the formation of human capital with entrepreneurial skills and have the possibility to boost a generation of entrepreneurs with the ability to generate actions to achieve objectives for sustainable development. The purpose of this document is to present the results of a literature review in relation to the conceptual, procedural and attitudinal elements around entrepreneurship that are addressed in the research analyzed. The method of systematic literature analysis was used. The search for articles was carried out in the Wos and Scopus databases; after their selection by means of inclusion and exclusion criteria and a total of 41 empirical researches were analyzed. The results show the elements of the entrepreneurship competences, the problems on which the researchers focused, the theoretical elements and the methodological resources used. This review is useful because it has made it possible to determine the challenges that the field of entrepreneurship training needs to address through action, as well as the methodological gaps and thematic lines for future research.