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Handbook Of Research In Entrepreneurship Education, Volume 1

A General Perspective
Edited by Alain Fayolle, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Director, Entrepreneurship Research Centre, EMLYON Business School, France
This authoritative and comprehensive Handbook showcases the nature and benefits of the new wave in entrepreneurship education emerging as a result of revised academic programmes developed to reflect new forms of entrepreneurship.
Extent: 336 pp
Hardback Price: £128.00 Online: £115.20
Publication Date: 2007
ISBN: 978 1 84542 106 9
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  • Business and Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Management Education
  • Education
  • Management Education
This authoritative and comprehensive Handbook showcases the nature and benefits of the new wave in entrepreneurship education emerging as a result of revised academic programmes developed to reflect new forms of entrepreneurship.

Entrepreneurship as a domain of education and teaching is growing rapidly worldwide. The most efficient pedagogical, methodological and theoretical approaches to teaching and learning entrepreneurship in different settings are now highly sought after by researchers, advanced students and practitioners. This Handbook provides a one-stop source of state-of-the-art data, illustrating current conceptions of entrepreneurship education and identifying and answering critical methodological and theoretical questions. The Handbook is organized around three trends in entrepreneurship education: pedagogies, content and changes and innovation occurring within specific paradigms. It also provides several different perspectives on key issues and significant developments in the field.

Highlighting the unique characteristics of research in entrepreneurship education, this Handbook will be of great interest to entrepreneurship researchers, academics and students wishing to understand the unique notions of entrepreneurship education and entrepreneurial learning, which are often quite distinct from current practical views.

The companion volume, Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education, Volume 2: Contextual Perspectives, focuses on key issues and significant developments in the field, highlighting emergent and developing approaches.
‘The Handbook of Research in Entrepreneurship Education is well worth reading and both editions are excellent volumes for all of us involved and interested in the debate on how to bring entrepreneurship education forward and whether to create a distinctive domain of entrepreneurship studies.’
– Domingo Ribeiro Soriano, Academy of Management Learning & Education

‘This fascinating volume provides a detailed and authoritative look at
the evolving state of entrepreneurship education. It should be read by
all entrepreneurship educators.’
– Nicos Nicolau, Tanaka Business School, Imperial College London, UK
Contributors: J.-P. Béchard, B.L. Betters-Reed, C. Carrier, A. Fayolle, D. Fletcher, B. Gailly, A. Gibb, D. Grégoire, C. Henry, F.M. Hill, G.E. Hills, K. Hindle, D. Hjorth, C.M. Hultman, L.M. Hunt, B. Johannisson, J.A. Katz, J. Kickul, D. Kirby, P. Kyrö, N. Lassas-Clerc, C.M. Leitch, F. Liñán, S. Malach, M.P. Miles, L.L. Moore, P. Robinson, A. Tapani, Z.W. Todorovic
Contents:

Foreword: The Third Wave of Entrepreneurship Education and the Importance of Fun in Learning
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

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