Entrepreneurial acculturation in Malaysia: Efforta and achievements

Entrepreneurial acculturation in Malaysia: Efforta and achievements. In: Munich Personal RePEc Archive, Munich University Library, Germany. (Submitted) (2008)


The nature and pace of economic progress in a country depends, among others, on the venturesome qualities of its people. The development of entrepreneurship has, therefore, been taken as an important element in human development sphere in Malaysia. In fact, the Malaysian Government has restructured it entrepreneurship department, hence the birth of Ministry of Entrepreneur and Co-operative Development (MECD) in 2004. The main objectives of this department are to provide a conducive environment and to promote and assist the entrepreneurial development in the country. The effort of the Ministry is supported by many new policies and mechanisms including funding, entrepreneurial programs and activities, physical infrastructures and business advisory services. This paper endeavors to trace the progress of the entrepreneurial program and assess its achievements towards inculcating the spirit and culture of enterprise among the Malaysians. It also attempt to see whether the contribution increases the pace of development in the country and made an impact on income inequalities and poverty among the target groups.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Keywords: Growth, Human resource development, Acculturation programs, Entrepreneurship, Role of the state
Taxonomy: By Subject > Entrepreneurship > Business Fundamentals
By Subject > Entrepreneurship > Business Planning
Local Content Hub: Subjects > Entrepreneurship
Depositing User: Mohd Fadhli Samsudin
Date Deposited: 19 Nov 2020 20:10
Last Modified: 19 Nov 2020 20:10
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