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Personal views on the future of entrepreneurship education
Entrepreneurship education is growing worldwide, but key educational and didactical issues remain. What are we talking about when we talk about entrepreneurship education? What are we really doingExpand
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The Impact of Entrepreneurship Education in Higher Education: A Systematic Review and Research Agenda
Using a teaching model framework, we systematically review empirical evidence on the impact of entrepreneurship education (EE) in higher education on a range of learning outcomes, analysing 159Expand
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A systematic literature review on entrepreneurial intentions: citation, thematic analyses, and research agenda
Entrepreneurial intention is a rapidly evolving field of research. A growing number of studies use entrepreneurial intention as a powerful theoretical framework. However, a substantial part of thisExpand
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From craft to science: teaching models and learning processes in entrepreneurship education
Purpose – The aim of this article is to offer a conceptual framework in entrepreneurship education largely inspired by education sciences and discuss its two main levels, the ontological andExpand
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From craft to science: teaching models and learning processes in entrepreneurship education
This publication contains reprint articles for which IEEE does not hold copyright. Full text is not available on IEEE Xplore for these articles.
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The future of research on entrepreneurial intentions
Entrepreneurial intention is a rapidly evolving field of research, with a growing number of studies using entrepreneurial intention as a powerful theoretical framework. Some authors, however, are nowExpand
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Technology Business Incubation: An overview of the state of knowledge
This paper introduces Technology Business Incubation (TBI) as a field of study and practice, exploring the concept, its evolution, and scholarship. Science parks, incubators and accelerators are TBIExpand
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Evaluation of entrepreneurship education: behaviour performing or intention increasing?
  • A. Fayolle
  • Economics, Political Science
  • 31 January 2005
We are suggesting new approaches in assessing the Entrepreneurship Teaching Programme (ETP). They are based on the theory of planned behaviour which could allow us to measure, under the influences ofExpand
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Entrepreneurial Orientation: The Making of a Concept
Researchers in management science are increasingly concerned with the rigour of their research work and their capacity to build knowledge based on a cumulative research model. This article examinesExpand
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