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Reframing the Case Method in Entrepreneurship Education

Cases from the Nordic Countries

9781800881143 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Karin Wigger, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Nord University Business School, Nord University, Lise Aaboen, Professor of Technology-Based Entrepreneurship, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Dag Håkon Haneberg, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Department of Industrial Economics and Technology Management, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Siri Jakobsen, Associate Professor of Innovation, Nord University Business School, Nord University and Thomas Lauvås, Associate Professor of Innovation, Nord University Business School, Nord University, Norway
Publication Date: October 2022 ISBN: 978 1 80088 114 3 Extent: c 336 pp
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This book explores how entrepreneurship can be taught through case studies, arguing that entrepreneurship education needs specific cases and case methods to teach students entrepreneurial skills and mindsets. Providing unique perspectives and examples on how case teaching can be applied in entrepreneurship education, the book draws together a wide range of real-life case studies.

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This book explores how entrepreneurship can be taught through case studies, arguing that entrepreneurship education needs specific cases and case methods to teach students entrepreneurial skills and mindsets. Providing unique perspectives and examples on how case teaching can be applied in entrepreneurship education, the book draws together a wide range of real-life case studies.

Informing and inspiring entrepreneurship educators, Part I employs theoretical perspectives and practical procedures related to case teaching in entrepreneurship education. Novel and innovative case methods for entrepreneurship education are explored as well as the theoretical foundations of case-based entrepreneurship education. Part II offers 15 Nordic case studies divided into three main groups relating to becoming an entrepreneur, early-phase venture creation, and acting entrepreneurially in established organisations.

Supplemented by online teaching notes, this thought-provoking book will be a valuable resource for entrepreneurship educators at higher education institutions. Questions and activities included in the case studies will also be useful for students with an interest in entrepreneurship.
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‘Entrepreneurship education is a rapidly growing research and teaching field. This volume offers a comprehensive and critical discussion of how to design and utilize the case method for increased entrepreneurial learning from a Nordic perspective. Containing both concepts and practices in case teaching as well as actual cases, the volume provides an outstanding collection of works that expands our understanding of case-based entrepreneurship education.’
– Diamanto Politis, Lund University, Sweden

‘While the case method is a long-standing approach to entrepreneurship education, this volume, for the first time, brings together a strong foundation of entrepreneurship education theory and perspectives, a deep analysis of approaches to the case method, and a contextual lens which focuses on the Nordic perspective. This is a perfect reference for those interested in learning practical techniques for teaching cases as well as for those desiring to develop deeper theoretical knowledge of the case methodology in entrepreneurship.’
– Candida G. Brush, Babson College, US, Nord University, Norway and Dublin City University, Ireland

‘This all-star team of entrepreneurship educators from across Scandinavia has assembled a comprehensive, engaging discussion of the many components of case education. The distinctly Nordic focus is apparent in the unique individual entrepreneur, company, and context case studies as well as in overarching conversations about best practices in teaching and learning, and is a must read for any entrepreneurship educator, whether preparing to teach for the first time, or an experienced educator looking for new tools and repertoires.’
– Siri Terjesen, Florida Atlantic University, US and Norwegian School of Economics, Norway
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Contributors include: Lise Aaboen, Torgeir Aadland, Leena Aarikka-Stenroos, Vegar Lein Ausrød, Robert D. Austin, Bjørn Willy Åmo, Rasmus Bushøj, Anil Engez, Taina Eriksson, Helle Meibom Færgemann, Petter Gullmark, Gustav Hägg, Dag Håkon Haneberg, Linnea Harala, Jesper Hart-Hansen, Noora Heino, Kaisa Henttonen, Thomas J. Howard, Ulla Hytti, Markku Ikävalko, Sanna Ilonen, Siri Jakobsen, Simon Jebsen, Fufen Jin, Jens Laage-Hellman, Karoline Kaspersen, Katja Lahikainen, Even Huag Larsen, Magnus Larsson, Thomas Lauvås, Hanna Lehtimäki, Frida Lind, Göran Lindström, Carina Lomberg, Sara Malve-Ahlroth, Niina Nummela, Ulrika Persson-Fischier, Michael Breum Ramsgaard, Patrik Rönnbäck, Karin Schnarr, Morten Dahle Selfors, Martin Senderovitz, Marte C.W. Solheim, Sølvi Solvoll, Roger Sørheim, Hannah Suder, Mette Lindahl Thomassen, Jørgen Veisdal, Ingebjørg Vestrum, Terhi Virkki-Hatakka, Mats Westerberg, Karin Wigger, Norma Wong, Meredith Woodwark,

















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