Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy – 2023

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Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy – 2023

9781803926186 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Charles H. Matthews, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy, Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati and Susana C. Santos, Associate Professor and Associate Director of the Rowan Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Rohrer College of Business, Rowan University, US
Publication Date: 2022 ISBN: 978 1 80392 618 6 Extent: 462 pp
If you are looking for the intersection of past practices, current thinking, and future insights into the ever-expanding world of entrepreneurship education, then you will want to read and explore the fifth edition of the Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy. Prepared under the auspices of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), this edited volume covers a broad range of scholarly, practical, and thoughtful perspectives on a compelling range of entrepreneurship education issues.

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If you are looking for the intersection of past practices, current thinking, and future insights into the ever-expanding world of entrepreneurship education, then you will want to read and explore the fifth edition of the Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy. Prepared under the auspices of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), this edited volume covers a broad range of scholarly, practical, and thoughtful perspectives on a compelling range of entrepreneurship education issues.

The fifth edition spans topics ranging from innovative practices in facilitating entrepreneurship teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom, learning innovation, and model programs, to the latest research from top programs and thought leaders in entrepreneurship. Moreover, the fifth edition builds on previous editions as it continues to investigate critical issues in designing, implementing, and assessing experiential learning techniques in the field of entrepreneurship.

This contemporary volume provides insights and challenges in the development of entrepreneurship education for students, educators, mentors, community leaders, and more. Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy – 2023 is a must-have book for any entrepreneurship professor, scholar, or program director dedicated to advancing entrepreneurship education in the US and around the world.
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‘If you are interested in entrepreneurship education, this book is for you. It provides a deep dive into the latest challenges and possibilities of advancing entrepreneurship education, including creativity, innovation, diversity and inclusion. Read this book, and learn from some of the best entrepreneurship educators in the world.’
– Sophie Bacq, Indiana University, US
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Contributors: Gilda Antonelli, Craig E. Armstrong, Cesar Bandera, Dennis Barber III, Olga Belousova, Gael Bertrand, Eric Bonsu, Sílvia Costa, Rodney D''Souza, Donna De Carolis, John Dobson, Lisa Dobson, Tomasz Dorożyński, Henrique Duarte, Nathalie Duval-Couetil, Wendy M. Edmonds, Judi Eyles, James O. Fiet, Benoît Gailly, Joshua Gans, Marc Gruber, Lisa Gundry, Le Thi Thu Ha, Howard Haines, Nguyen Thu Hang, Johnetta Boseman Hardy, Kate Harmon, Michael L. Harris, Katsuya Hasegawa, Liza Herzog, Jeff Hornsby, Aileen Huang-Saad, Yasuhiro Ikeuchi, Noah Isserman, Krishna Jha, Mark Johnson, Marianne Kallaste, Jill Kickul, Xavier Lesage, Eric Liguori, Barrie Litzky, Roisin Lyons, Emi Makino, Paige E. Malott, Federico Mammano, Srikant Manchiraju, Katsufumi, Matsui, Charles H. Matthews, Erik Monsen, Michael H. Morris, Mike Moyer, Etayankara Muralidharan, Changhyun (Lyon) Nam, Dayo Oyeleye, Saurav Pathak, Jeremy J. Peters, Milla Räisänen, Jeff Reid, Angelo Riviezzo, Chuck Sacco, Susana C. Santos, Mark T. Schenkel, Andreas Schwab, Erin L. Scott, Shane Snipes, Tatiana Somià, Scott Stern, Siri Terjesen, Mai Thai, Tina Thornton, Urve Venesaar, Veena Venkateswaran, Charlie Wall-Andrews, Justin Wilcox, Doan Winkel
Contents
Contents:

Preface: entrepreneurship education: challenges and possibilities? xvii
Charles H. Matthews and Susana C. Santos

PART I LEADING EDGE RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES
1 What I’ve learned about teaching entrepreneurship:
perspectives of five master educators 2
Marc Gruber, Aileen Huang-Saad, Eric W. Liguori, Jeff
Reid, and Siri Terjesen
2 Beyond adolescence: solidifying the foundations of
entrepreneurship education 30
Michael H. Morris
3 A better way forward for doctoral education in entrepreneurship 47
James O. Fiet
4 Entrepreneurship competency development: where are we
and where do we need to go? 64
Mark T. Schenkel, Rodney D’Souza, and Jeff Hornsby
5 Typology of entrepreneurship training for art students:
implications for arts entrepreneurship education 77
Charlie Wall-Andrews
6 An emotional intelligence perspective on Gross
Psychological Aptitude and its relation to entrepreneurship
behavior: insights from high school students 93
Saurav Pathak, Etayankara Muralidharan, and Krishna Jha
7 Entrepreneurship competence among students and
employees: a comparative study in five European countries 117
Urve Venesaar, Gilda Antonelli, Tomasz Dorożyński,
Henrique Duarte, Marianne Kallaste, Angelo Riviezzo,
Milla Räisänen, and Susana C. Santos
8 Teaching and supporting technology commercialization:
literature review and recommendations 142
Erik Monsen, Mark Johnson, and Tina Thornton
9 Corporate entrepreneurship behaviors: Evidence from
teaching cases and reflections for entrepreneurship education 168
Olga Belousova, Sílvia Costa, and Benoît Gailly
10 Understanding coachability and its relevance to
entrepreneurship education 194
Tatiana Somià
11 Social entrepreneurship education: lessons learned from
social business creation in Vietnam 215
Mai Thi Thanh Thai, Le Thi Thu Ha, and Nguyen Thu Hang
12 Driving digital innovation within new ventures: integrating
design thinking into the entrepreneurship classroom 236
Lisa Gundry, Jill Kickul and Veena Venkateswaran

PART II MODEL UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP
PROGRAMS
13 Purdue University 255
Nathalie Duval-Couetil
14 East Carolina University 264
Michael L. Harris and Dennis Barber III
15 Iowa State University 273
Judi Eyles and Andreas Schwab
16 Drexel University 285
Barrie Litzky, Liza Herzog, Chuck Sacco, and Donna DeCarolis
17 Bowie State University 292
Wendy M. Edmonds, Dayo Oyeleye, Eric Bonsu, and
Johnetta B. Hardy

PART III BEST PRACTICE INNOVATIONS INSIDE
AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
18 Quickly generating startup ideas with an affinity
diagramming and mindfulness exercise 300
Jeremy J. Peters
19 Entrepreneurship initiation: getting inspired 305
Gael Bertrand and Xavier Lesage
20 Can the process pitch cure what ails entrepreneurship education? 311
Doan Winkel, Justin Wilcox, and Federico Mammano
21 Understanding social media strategy: implications for
entrepreneurship education 318
Paige E. Malott
22 The Virtuous Cycle of Entrepreneurship: developing
a student-centric approach to teaching and learning
entrepreneurship 331
John Dobson and Lisa Dobson
23 Connect the Dots: a card game for teaching cognitive
frameworks and uncertainty and opportunity recognition 338
Craig E. Armstrong
24 Cognitive apprenticeship as a framework for teaching
an entrepreneurial mindset: an exercise in developing
entrepreneurial alertness 345
Howard Haines
25 Playing fair: equity splits for student teams 351
Mike Moyer
26 Teaching societally significant entrepreneurship 357
Cesar Bandera
27 Medical apparel development: A case of project and
service-learning in entrepreneurship 368
Changhyun (Lyon) Nam and Srikant (Sri) Manchiraju
28 Harnessing makerspaces for technology entrepreneurship:
A pragmatic prototyping approach 375
Katsufumi Matsui, Emi Makino, Yasuhiro Ikeuchi, and
Katsuya Hasegawa
29 Mission possible: optimising the student hackathon experience 382
Roisin Lyons
30 Entrepreneurial strategy: a choice-based approach to
entrepreneurship education 390
Joshua Gans, Erin L Scott, and Scott Stern
31 Integrating classroom and community entrepreneurship
education: elevating students and entrepreneurs 398
Charles H. Matthews and Kate Harmon
32 Teaching entrepreneurship through community research 406
Shane Snipes
33 Something ventured, something gained? Fostering (and
measuring) startup growth and entrepreneurial learning in
accelerators 412
Noah J. Isserman

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