Browse and Search



ElgarOnline

Bookseller

Chant Series

Handbook Of Research In Entrepreneurship Education, Volume 3

Handbook Of Research In Entrepreneurship Education, Volume 3

International Perspectives

Alain Fayolle

Edited by Alain Fayolle, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Director, Entrepreneurship Research Centre, EMLYON Business School, France

Alain Fayolle is winner of the European Entrepreneurship Education award
2010 336 pp Hardback 978 1 84844 096 8

Hardback £133.00 on-line price £119.70

Qty

Series: Elgar original reference

This book is also available as an ebook  978 1 84980 668 8 from -

www.EBSCOhost.com
www.myilibrary
www.ebooks.com
www.ebookscorporation.com
www.ebrary.com/corp/

Description
This important Handbook takes an international perspective on entrepreneurship education. The contributors highlight the contextual dimension of entrepreneurship education and training, and provide strong insights into how researchers and educators can learn from international practice diversity. The volume covers a wide variety of pedagogical objectives and settings in entrepreneurship education while providing a plurality of cultural and institutional points of view.

Contents
Contributors: D. Bian, N. Birdthistle, P. Blenker, S. Bureau, J. Byrne, P.R. Christensen, L. Coley, C. Collet, C. Coron, D. Deschoolmeester, S. Duffy, A. Fayolle, J. Fendt, T. Garavan, S. Gee, J. Gulikers, E. Izquierdo, H. Jiang, C. Jones, N. Kailer, J. Kickul, T. Lans, H. Matlay, R. Moon, H. Nekka, T. Nelson, B. Ó Cinnéide, D. Rae, Philippe Silberzahn, Pierre Silberzahn, B.R. Smith

Futher information

In the third volume of the Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education leading international scholars explore the unique characteristics and rich variety of research in entrepreneurship education. They adopt several different perspectives, focusing on key issues and significant developments in the field.

This important Handbook takes an international perspective on entrepreneurship education. The contributors highlight the contextual dimension of entrepreneurship education and training, and provide strong insights into how researchers and educators can learn from international practice diversity. The volume covers a wide variety of pedagogical objectives and settings in entrepreneurship education while providing a plurality of cultural and institutional points of view.

Compelling and insightful, this book will prove to be of great interest to entrepreneurship researchers, academics and students wishing to understand the unique notions of entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurial learning. Executives in entrepreneurship supportive structures will also find this book an invaluable resource.

The companion volumes, Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education, Volume 1: A General Perspective and Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education, Volume 2: Contextual Perspectives, study the current changes in entrepreneurship education at the paradigmatic, methodological and theoretical levels and present the importance of cultural, institutional, national and political contexts.

Full table of contents

Contents:

Foreword
Hans Landström

1. Insights from an International Perspective on Entrepreneurship Education
Alain Fayolle

PART I: HOW CAN WE LEARN FROM METHODS?
2. Using Simulation to Develop Empathy and Motivate Agency: An Innovative Pedagogical Approach for Social Entrepreneurship Education
Brett R. Smith, Jill Kickul and Linda Coley

3. The Creative Industries and Entrepreneurship Education: The Potential Contribution of Student-Oriented Case Studies
Barra Ó Cinnéide

4. Hunting the Entrepreneurial Expertise: Entrepreneurs in Education
Per Blenker and Poul Rind Christensen

5. Assessing Entrepreneurial Competence in Entrepreneurship Education and Training
Thomas Lans and Judith Gulikers

PART II: HOW CAN WE LEARN FROM DIFFERENCES?
6. Accounting for Student/Educator Diversity: Resurrecting Coaction Theory
Colin Jones

7. Small Business Education in a Grande Nation: Antinomy, Opportunity or Both? A French Grande École’ Case Study
Jacqueline Fendt and Sylvain Bureau

8. Stakeholder Participation in, and Impact Upon, Entrepreneurship Education in the UK
Harry Matlay

9. Entrepreneurship’ Education and Training Environment: A Multicultural Perspective
Catherine Coron

PART III: HOW CAN WE LEARN FROM MINORITIES?
10. Entrepreneurship Education: Women, Men, Sex and Gender
Teresa Nelson and Susan Duffy

11. Entrepreneurship Education and Ethnic Minorities: The Case of North African Entrepreneurs in France
Hadj Nekka and Alain Fayolle

12. Artists and Scientists as Entrepreneurs: A Call for a New Research Agenda for Entrepreneurship Education
Philippe Silberzahn and Pierre Silberzahn

13. What Entrepreneurial Competencies Should Be Emphasized in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Education at the Undergraduate Level?
Edgar Izquierdo and Dirk Deschoolmeester

PART IV: HOW CAN WE LEARN FROM INSTITUTIONAL CULTURE?
14. International Entrepreneurship from Emerging Economies to Developed Economies: A Novel Theory for Entrepreneurship Education in China
HongLing Jiang and Dong Bian

15. Entrepreneurship Education in the Republic of Ireland: Context, Opportunities and Challenges
Thomas Garavan, Naomi Birdthistle, Barra Ó Cinnéide and Chris Collet

16. Entrepreneurship Education at Universities in German-Speaking Countries: Empirical Findings and Proposals for the Design of University-wide Concepts
Norbert Kailer

17. The Role of an Entrepreneurial Learning Team in Creating an Enterprise Culture in a University
David Rae, Simon Gee and Robert Moon

18. Corporate Entrepreneurship Training: A Routine Inquiry
Janice Byrne

Index



 
Untitled Document The file ../includes/right_nav_product_details.lasso was not found.