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Using Entrepreneurship Education to Reduce Crime

Monday, February 11th, 2013

About 3 percent of American adults are currently under correctional supervision, and about 1/3 of Americans will be arrested before age 23. Both groups may have trouble finding legitimate employment and may therefore turn to crime to make a living. Entrepreneurship education offers a way out of this cycle: self-employed entrepreneurs can circumvent background checks, low wages, and discrimination.

The Pecuniology blog lists some organizations that educate these segments of the population about entrepreneurship.

Dilbert Creator Scott Adams on Getting a Real Education

Monday, April 18th, 2011

In a humorous and inspiring piece in The Wall Street Journal, Scott Adams (creator of the popular Dilbert comic strip) writes that most college students should learn the skills needed to run a business, which will prepare them for post-graduate life. Mr. Adams touches on several of his clever entrepreneurial ideas as a student that allowed him to master “the strange art of transforming nothing into something,” and he gives some excellent advice to burgeoning entrepreneurs.

Read the article here.