Handbook of research in entrepreneurship educationAuthor: Fayolle, Alain Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: Graphs/Ill. ; 25 cm.Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Vol.1 "A general perspective", 320 p. ; Vol.2 "Contextual perspectives", 292 p.
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HB615 .H364 2007 Vol.1
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HB615 .H364 2007 Vol.2
Includes bibliographical references and index
Vol.1 "A general perspective", 320 p. ; Vol.2 "Contextual perspectives", 292 p.
Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education A General Perspective Volume 1 Contents List of figures List of tables List of contributors Foreword: the third wave of entrepreneurship education and the importance of fun in learning by Jerome A. Katz 1 Cornerstones of change: revisiting and challenging new perspectives on research in entrepreneurship education Jill Kickul and Alain Fayolle PART I CHANGING PARADIGMS 2 Changing the entrepreneurship education paradigm David Kirby 3 Learning as an entrepreneurial process Daniel Hjorth and Bengt Johannisson 4 Creating the entrepreneurial university: do we need a wholly different model of entrepreneurship? Allan Gibb 5 Teaching entrepreneurship at university: from the wrong building to the right philosophy Kevin Hindle 6 The framework of static and dynamic components: an examination of entrepreneurial orientation and university ability to teach entrepreneurship Zelimir W Todorovic PART II RENEWING METHODS 7 Strategies for teaching entrepreneurship: what else beyond lectures, case studies and business plans? Camille Carrier 8 Social constructionist thinking: some implications for entrepreneurship research and education Denise Fletcher 9 Multi-disciplinary entrepreneurship clinic: experiential education in theory and practice Peter Robinson and Sandra Malach vii viii ix xi 1 21 46 67 104 127 143 160 173 10 Towards a new methodology to assess the entrepreneurship teaching programmes Alain Fayolle, Benoît Gailly and Narjisse Lassas-Clerc 11 A conceptual approach to better diagnosis and resolution of cross-cultural and gender challenges in entrepreneurial research Bonita L. Betters-Reed, Lynda L. Moore and Laurie M. Hunt PART III UNDERSTANDING CONTENTS 12 Entrepreneurial marketing and university education Gerald E. Hills, Claes M. Hultman and Morgan P Miles 13 The role of entrepreneurship education in the entrepreneurial process Francisco Liñán 14 Evaluating entrepreneurship education and training: implications for programme design Colette Henry, Frances M. Hill and Claire M. Leitch 15 Archetypes of pedagogical innovation for entrepreneurship in higher education: model and illustrations Jean-Pierre Béchard and Denis Grégoire 16 Learning risk-taking competences Paula Kyrö and Annukka Tapani Index 187 198 219 230 248 261 285 311 Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education Contextual Perspectives Volume 2 Contents List of figures List of tables List of contributors Foreword by Harold P. Welsch 1 New and emerging perspectives for future research in entrepreneurship education Alain Fayolle and Jill Kickul PART I CULTURAL CONTEXT 2 The making of a revolution in Brazil: the introduction of entrepreneurial pedagogy in the early stages of education Louis Jacques Filion and Fernando Dolabela 3 The entrepreneurship gender gap in global perspective: implications for entrepreneurship education and programming Sylvia Maxfield 4 Teaching entrepreneurship to non-business students: insights from two Dutch universities Maryse Brand, Ingrid Wakkee and Marijke van der Veen 5 Teaching corporate entrepreneurship the experimental way Véronique Bouchard PART II INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT 6 From theoretical production to the design of entrepreneurship study programmes: a French case Thierry Verstraete and Martine Hlady-Rispal 7 The impact of tertiary education courses on entrepreneurial goals and intentions Michael T Schaper and Gian Casimir 8 Operating an entrepreneurship center in a large and multidisciplinary university: addressing the right issues Cécile Clergeau and Nathalie Schieb-Bienfait 9 Interdisciplinary approaches in entrepreneurship education programs Frank Janssen, Valérie Eeckhout and Benoît Gailly vii viii ix xi 1 13 40 52 84 99 120 130 148 PART III NATIONAL CONTEXT 10 Entrepreneurship and education in Belgium: findings and implications from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Dirk De Clercq and Hans Crijns 11 Building Aboriginal economic development capacity: the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers Robert Anderson, Scott MacAulay, Warren Weir and Wanda Wuttunee 12 New Zealand graduates in entrepreneurship: toward a paradigm of interdependence Léo-Paul Dana 13 Entrepreneurship among graduates from business schools: a Norwegian case Lars Kolvereid and Bjorn Willy Âmo PART IV POLITICAL CONTEXT 14 Evaluation of entrepreneurship education: planning problems, concepts and proposals for evaluation design 221 Norbert Kailer 15 Evaluating entrepreneurship education: play of power between evaluators, programme promoters and policy makers 244 Ulla Hytti and Paula Kuopusjarvi 16 Promoting enterprising: a strategic move to get schools' cooperation in the promotion of entrepreneurship 255 Bernard Surlemont 17 Explaining the intention to start a business among French students: a doser look at professional beliefs 266 Jean-Pierre Boissin, Barthélemy Chollet and Sandrine Emin Index 283 169 185 196 207