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The capacity for technological innovation and level of entrepreneurship in the students of the National University of Cañete

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Luz Martínez-Ríos ,
Luz Martínez-Ríos

Universidad Nacional de Cañete, Facultad de Administración de Empresas. Ica, Perú

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Jorge Franco-Medina ,
Jorge Franco-Medina

Universidad Nacional de Cañete, Facultad de Administración de Empresas. Ica, Perú.

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Segundo Ríos-Ríos ,
Segundo Ríos-Ríos

Universidad Nacional de Cañete, Facultad de Administración de Empresas. Ica, Perú.

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Hugo Morán-Requena ,
Hugo Morán-Requena

Universidad Nacional de Cañete, Facultad de Administración de Empresas. Ica, Perú.

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Fernando Ochoa-Paredes ,
Fernando Ochoa-Paredes

Universidad Nacional de Cañete, Facultad de Administración de Empresas. Ica, Perú.

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Yrene Uribe-Hernandez ,
Yrene Uribe-Hernandez

Universidad Nacional de Cañete, Facultad de Administración de Empresas. Ica, Perú.

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Abstract

Introduction: Motivation is fundamental in this research that was carried out in the province of Cañete, Lima-Peru, with the purpose of finalizing the capacity for technological innovation that influences the level of entrepreneurship of the students of the Faculty of Business Sciences of the professional school of administration and accounting, knowing their skills and experiences when having or carrying out business ideas and the active participation of students in an incubator.
Objective: This research seeks to analyze students in terms of their entrepreneurial skills and abilities in addition to identifying the role that teachers play in terms of encouraging and encouraging initiative behavior towards creativity and entrepreneurship.
Method: This research work is quasi-experimental; it is to determine how the capacity for technological innovation influences the level of entrepreneurship of students at the National University of Cañete. Manage the type of control and compare with the experimental one. We worked with a population of 200 students, of which the questionnaire was applied to a sample of 80 students with 20 Likert-type items, handling 3 important dimensions with the independent variable.
Results: There are 6 dimensions of which the high level of responses is managed (83.8%), being effective, presenting a better result in the experimental than the control with (41.3%). The limitations of the students focus on the level of entrepreneurship, the skills and attitudes of (88.8%), entrepreneurial capacity of (87.5%) and entrepreneurial experience of (81.3) in their levels of effectiveness.
Conclusions: In conclusion, this research carried out in the province of Cañete, Lima-Peru, has shown that the capacity for technological innovation has a significant impact on the level of entrepreneurship of the students of the faculty of business sciences of the professional school of administration and accounting from the National University of Cañete. The findings highlight the importance of integrating technological innovation and entrepreneurship in higher education to prepare students for the business world and foster entrepreneurship in the next generation of professionals.

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Martínez-Ríos L, Franco-Medina J, Ríos-Ríos S, Morán-Requena H, Ochoa-Paredes F, Uribe-Hernandez Y. The capacity for technological innovation and level of entrepreneurship in the students of the National University of Cañete. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2023 Dec. 29 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];2:229. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/229

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