About the Scholar: Tianhao Li grew up in China and attended Beijing National Day School in Beijing, China
“There is a growing consensus across governments and educational institutions that entrepreneurship is a crucial driver of future economic growth, innovation, and job creation.” This understanding is the basis for Pioneer scholar Tianhao’s decision to research the factors that motivate entrepreneurship in China and the United States, with the goal of encouraging more focused educational opportunities for potential entrepreneurs. Drawing on data provided by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, and using the Theory of Planned Behavior as an analytic tool, Tianhao identified similarities and differences between the two countries, and some anomalous time periods in China that merit further research.
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