This research paper proposes a novel methodology for evaluating entrepreneurial activity among engineering education alumni using their public CVs as our main source of information. The objective is to go beyond measuring entrepreneurship intentions or mindset through surveys, and instead analyse actual career data to assess the impact of entrepreneurship education. The study utilises shared user data and employs GPT (Generative Pretrained Transformer) models to infer entrepreneurial activity that extends beyond job titles, delving into the specific responsibilities and achievements associated with each position.
Garcia Huertes, S., & Bragos Bardia, R. (2023). Going Beyond Intentions: A Methodology For Assessing Entrepreneurial Activity Among Engineering Education Alumni. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). DOI: 10.21427/4VSK-1V59
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