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Factors Militating Against Graduate Entrepreneurship in Ghana

Abstract
This study seeks to identify some factors that militate against entrepreneurship among potential Polytechnic graduates in Ghana. Using a cross-sectional data from 93 students, it has been discovered that bad attitude of Ghanaians toward made-in-Ghana goods/services, bad business environment, inexperience and inadequacy of training and unavailability of skilled manpower tend to discourage initiative and graduate entrepreneurship. It is recommended that entrepreneurial training and mentorship should take a centre stage in tertiary education in Ghana. Also, Ghanaians should be educated by the government on the need to patronize locally produced goods.

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