International Conference on Eurasian Economies, Kaposvar, Hungary, 29 - 31 August 2016, pp.864-869
Entrepreneurship is one of the prominent individual properties in transition from industrial society to artificial intelligence society. It is extremely important to raise entrepreneurs who can easily adapt to changing circumstances, in a society’s economic growth and development. An entrepreneurship has different qualities in terms of manners and attributes such as leadership, ability to see the opportunities, to pursue the innovations, to take risk, independence, diligence, creative thinking, fast problem solving. It is thought to be the economic growth depended on physical capital increase as well as labor and capital. Education is the most crucial component of human capital. In recent years, the most striking result of endogenous growth model of Romer who contributed the improvement of human capital theory is relatively the economies that have higher sum of human capital rate will have higher economic growth rate. The main aim of this study is to determine the impact of the entrepreneurship education on economic growth and development. For this aim a questionnaire is prepared to analyze the potential impact of the entrepreneurship education on economic growth and development. Results of analyze shown that the entrepreneurship education is necessary and important for entrepreneurship. Therefore, entrepreneurship education and training is sufficient for economic growth. The policy makers should spend more resources on the education that increases the human and social capital.