Evaluations of an entrepreneurship development programs: A systematic literature review

Ronal Ferdilan, Wawan Dhewanto, Sonny Rustiadi

Abstract


The contribution of entrepreneurship at both the microeconomic and macroeconomic levels is remarkable. There are many entrepreneurship development programs (EDP) initiatives that proposed by policy makers around the world to ensure the growth of entrepreneurs. While EDP is necessary to improve entrepreneur capabilities, however studies on EDP evaluation literacy remain limited. This study aims to fill the gap by investigate EDP evaluation literacy by using a systematic literature review (SLR). This study carried out a bibliometric analysis on a Scopus database in the last three decades, from 1989 to 2021 with all the manuscripts were written in English. The results shows that most of the literature of EDP evaluation related themes are mainly focused on program evaluation, characteristics, challenges, stakeholders, and context with program evaluation and characteristics are considered as the most significant issues of EDP evaluation. Interestingly, this study also reveals that there are few manuscripts that review the process of EDPs as the successful criterion of EDPs implementation.


Keywords


Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship Program; Small and Medium Enterprises; SME; Sustainable; Systemic Review; Bibliometric Analysis



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31106/jema.v18i2.11461

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