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An Analysis of Factors on College Students' IT Technology Startups will

대학생의 IT 기술창업의지 영향요인 분석

  • Joun, Hyang-Soon (Dept. of Graduate school of Entrepreneurship, Hanbat National University) ;
  • Shim, Sang-Oh (Dept. of Business Administration and Accounting, Hanbat National University)
  • 전향순 (한밭대학교 창업학과) ;
  • 심상오 (한밭대학교 경영회계학과)
  • Received : 2014.05.30
  • Accepted : 2014.09.20
  • Published : 2014.09.28

Abstract

Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship courses, including my recent absence undergraduate entrepreneurship-friendly system is activated, the spread of technology startups to be scanning my college. However, the college is successful technology startups to take place in order to be solved many problems still exist. In this paper, we have a hard job and continuing high unemployment and social environment college students majoring in IT technology to enable the establishment of the control action for the establishment and analysis of influencing factors. In particular, IT college students majoring in technology startups will affect students' technical skills and characteristics of entrepreneurs and Entrepreneur's motive, entrepreneurship environment outside the extraction and evaluation items such as IT skills to analyze the impact of entrepreneurship. In analysis result, IT major career college students interested in entrepreneurship as an alternative to the higher technology, technical skills and characteristics of entrepreneurs and start-motivated alternative to independence and had an impact on employment. In addition, the university was founded in tech startups according to the environment of entrepreneurship education has a lot of outside influence.

Keywords

Technology start-up;policies;college;Entrepreneur's motive;IT Technology

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