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Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy – 2016

Edited by Michael H. Morris, James W. Walter Eminent Scholar Chair, University of Florida and Eric Liguori, Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship, University of Tampa, US
The second edition of Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy provides entirely new insights into a number of the leading issues surrounding the teaching of entrepreneurship and the building of entrepreneurship programs. Prepared under the auspices of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), this book features fifteen scholarly perspectives on a range of entrepreneurship education issues.
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Publication Date: 2016
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  • Business and Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management Education
  • Education
  • Management Education
The second edition of Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy provides entirely new insights into a number of the leading issues surrounding the teaching of entrepreneurship and the building of entrepreneurship programs. Prepared under the auspices of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), this book features fifteen scholarly perspectives on a range of entrepreneurship education issues.

This 2016 edition spans topics ranging from methods for teaching creatively and the value of the lean startup methodology to empirical insights into whether or not entrepreneurship education changes minds. Five premier universities and the key aspects of their superlative entrepreneurship programs are reviewed. In addition, contributors highlight a number of individual innovations that have changed the way entrepreneurship is taught and the manner in which entrepreneurial behavior is facilitated. This book offers an introduction to innovative practices in facilitating entrepreneurial learning both inside and outside the classroom as it investigates critical issues in designing, implementing and assessing experiential learning techniques within entrepreneurship.

This timely book uncovers new horizons in the development of entrepreneurship education for students, university campuses, communities and economies. Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy – 2016 is a must-have book for any entrepreneurship professor, scholar or program director across the US.
Contributors: C. Albornoz, K.R. Allen, J. E. Amoros, J. Aniello, K. Artz, A. Bruton, A. Caetano, M. Cichosz-Grzyb, R.W. Clouse, S.L. Cochran, S.F. Costa, B. Cowden, M. Croteau, C. Dibrell, D. Dill, T.N. Duening, N. Duval-Couetil, J.S. Engel, E. Fine, H. Fogg, V. Fox, T. Goodin, E. Grossman, R.J. Gentry, E. Hamilton, J. Hart, J. Heacock, D.M. Hechavarria, G. Hertz, A. Ingram, S. L. Jack, K. Kern, E. Liguori, A. Markvoort, E. Markin, A. McKelvie, M.L. Metzger, S. Miller, K. Moore, L. Morland, M.H. Morris, H.M. Neck, X. Neumeyer, G. Poor, C. Pryor, D.W. Rosenthal, B. Rossi, M. Schindehutte, S.C. Santos, S. Scherreik, F. Schlosser, S.A. Schulman, F. Schultz, R. Smilor, J. Stamp, K. Taylor, J. Thompson, J.M. Torrens, E.E. Troudt, J. Vanevenhoven, R. White, D. Winkel, C. Winkler
Contents:

Preface: Teaching Reason and the Unreasonable
Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori

PART I LEADING EDGE RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES
1. What I have Learned about Teaching Entrepreneurship: Perspectives of Five Master Educators
Jerome S. Engel, Minet Schindehutte, Heidi M. Neck, Ray Smilor, and Bill Rossi

2. What Entrepreneurship Educators Do Not Understand About: Creativity and How to Teach It
Jeffrey Stamp

3. Does Entrepreneurship Education Change Minds? A Multinational Analysis of Mandatory and Voluntary Entrepreneurial Training
Carlos Albornoz and Jose E. Amoros

4. Bridging Entrepreneurial Cognition Research and Entrepreneurship Education: What and How
Susana C. Santos, Silvia Fernandes Costa, Xaver Neumeyer and António Caetano

5. Weighing In: Reflections on a Steady Diet of Lean Startup
Elissa Grossman

6. Competency Based Education in Entrepreneurship: A Call to Action for the Discipline
Rebecca White, Giles Hertz and Kevin Moore

7. The Art of Case Teaching
David W. Rosenthal

8. The Experiential Learning Portfolio and Entrepreneurship Education
Minet Schindehutte and Michael H. Morris

9. Deliberate Opportunity Design: A Practical Integrative Product and Business Design Framework to Enable New Frontiers in Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Alex Bruton

10. New Venture Creation as a Learning Agenda: Experiences, Reflections and Implications from Running a Venture Creation Programme
Leigh Morland and John Thompson

11. The Principles and Practices of Delivering Experiential Entrepreneurship Education to Mega-classes
Christopher Pryor

12. Entrepreneurs in Action: An Authentic Learning Experience
R. Wilburn Clouse, Terry Goodin and Joseph Aniello

13. Using the SEE Model in Entrepreneurship Consulting Courses and Programs
Michael H. Morris

14. Integrating the A-GES Framework into a Family Business Course
Erik Markin, Clay Dibrell and Richard J. Gentry

15. Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Entrepreneurship Education: the Role of Universities in Fostering Ecosystem Development
Diana M. Hechevarria, Amy Ingram and Justin Heacock

PART II: MODEL UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS
16. Entrepreneurship at the University of Southern California
Kathleen R. Allen

17. Entrepreneurship at Lancaster University
Eleanor Hamilton , Helen Fogg, Sarah L. Jack and Fionnuala Schultz

18. Baylor University: Entrepreneurship for Everyone through Innovative Programming
Kendall Artz

19. Entrepreneurship Education at the University of Maryland
Elana Fine

20. Entrepreneurship at Syracuse University
Alexander McKelvie and John M. Torrens

PART III: BEST PRACTICE INNOVATIONS INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
21. Teaching Entrepreneurial Foresight
Sam Miller

22. Teaching Lean: Value Creation (for Students and Faculty) In The Classroom
Doan Winkel and Jeff Vanevenhoven

23. Games for the Entrepreneurship Classroom
Jim Hart

24. A Unique Student Angel Investing Fund
Sara L. Cochran

25. Teaching Entrepreneurial Sales Skills: A Co-curricular Approach
Eric Liguori, Birton Cowden, and Giles Hertz

26. Entrepreneurial Consulting Courses: Increasing Benefits to Students in the New Economy
Nathalie Duval-Couetil and Kris Taylor

27. University Collaboration: The New Jersey State Business Model Competition
Susan Scherreik

28. CUNY’s STEM Virtual Enterprise Program
Christoph Winkler, Stuart A. Schulman and Edgar E. Troudt

29. UCCS Entrepreneurial Identity Project
Thomas N. Duening and Matthew M. Metzger

30. The Campus-linked Accelerator Program in Canada
Francine Schlosser, Margaret Cichosz-Grzyb, Martin Croteau, Donovan Dill, Valerie Fox and Annette Markvoort

31. Social Media – a Powerful Tool for Entrepreneurship Students
Gene Poor and Kirk Kern

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