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Patricia G. Greene of Babson College, Wellesley This paper examines the development and sustainable growth of university-based entrepreneurship ecosystems
Patricia G. Greene of Babson College, Wellesley. This paper examines the development and sustainable growth of university-based entrepreneurship ecosystems. Entrepreneurship Education: Known Worlds and New Frontiers.
Entrepreneurship Education Patricia G. Greene and Mark P. Rice, ed. Entrepreneurship Education . Entrepreneurship Education, Cheltenham, UK: Edgar Elgar Publishing Limited, 2007. Entrepreneurship Education is the ninth book in the series entitled The International Library of Entrepreneurship.
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Entrepreneurship: Strategies and Resources is organized into three parts. Part I introduces the major themes and theory of the book. Chapter 1 describes the roles that new venture creation plays in the international economy, defines entrepreneurship, and shows how three factorsindividuals, environments, and organizationscome together to create the entrepreneurial event
`This is a great collection of articles on entrepreneurial education, a timely and challenging topic. Assembled by two leading researchers and educators, the collection covers the most current thinking on this multi-faceted issue. Our understanding of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship has changed and, as this outstanding collection would suggest, we need to explore and apply innovative techniques and methods in preparting tomorrow's entrepreneurs. Rich in insight and broad in its scope, this collection of articles is a must read. I compliment Greene and Rice on a job well done.' - Shaker A. Zahra, University of Minnesota, US
Entrepreneurship education is expanding rapidly around the world with growth evident in terms of the number of courses, endowed chairs, and programs. Business schools have approached their participation in entrepreneurship education with a variety of pace, practice and policy.
This authoritative collection is targeted towards business educators, educators interested in entrepreneurial approaches, and educational administrators. The volume's main aims are to provide the groundwork for any organized discussion of entrepreneurship education; and to take stock of where we are in the educational field as a means of identifying the big questions, issues, and trends that will direct the future of the discipline.
The book is organized around content and pedagogy and includes chapters from leading experts. Emerging themes include the underlying assumptions built into the field, the importance of the interdisciplinary approach, concern with who is teaching entrepreneurship, and a call to make the approach more global.
29 articles, dating from 1992 to 2006 Contributors include: B.J. Bird, C.G. Brush, D.R. DeTienne, J.O. Fiet, R.T. Harrison, K. Hindle, B. Honig, B. Johannisson, J.A. Katz, D.A. Shepherd