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Innovation in Global Entrepreneurship Education
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Innovation in Global Entrepreneurship Education

Teaching Entrepreneurship in Practice

9781839104213 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Heidi M. Neck, Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies, Academic Director, Babson Academy for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurial Learning, Babson College, US and Yipeng Liu, Professor in Management and Organisation Studies and Director, Centre for China Management and Global Business, Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK
Publication Date: 2021 ISBN: 978 1 83910 421 3 Extent: 336 pp
As entrepreneurship education grows across disciplines and permeates through various areas of university programs, this timely book offers an interdisciplinary, comparative and global perspective on best practices and new insights for the field. Through the theoretical lens of collaborative partnerships, it examines innovative practices of entrepreneurship education and advances understanding of the discipline.

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As entrepreneurship education grows across disciplines and permeates through various areas of university programs, this timely book offers an interdisciplinary, comparative and global perspective on best practices and new insights for the field. Through the theoretical lens of collaborative partnerships, it examines innovative practices of entrepreneurship education and advances understanding of the discipline.

Exploring and showcasing how global collaboration can foster entrepreneurship education, international contributors share their experiences as educators, scholars and thought-leaders involved in the Babson Collaborative. Chapters illustrate the challenges faced by educators and creative methods for tackling them, offering useful insights from a range of disciplinary perspectives. Highlighting the significance of the field to higher education environments, this book encourages active participation in entrepreneurial practice and collaboration between stakeholders and disciplines to ensure high-quality education in a variety of settings.

This insightful book is a rousing and inspiring view of entrepreneurship education for scholars and academic entrepreneurs who are working to build robust education ecosystems in the field.
Contributors
Contributors: L. Aaboen, T. Aadland, R.D. Alvarez, R. Alvarez-Ossorio, M. Arntzen-Nordqvist, T. Asahi, L.K. Audebrand, C.G. Brush, A. Chaturvedi, D. Cummins, B. Damani, S. Delanoë-Gueguen, C. Donaldson, A.S. Ghura, M.D. González-Saucedo, C. Goytre, D.H. Haneberg, S. Harbs, T. Hatem, M.M. Henriquez
T. Inoue, P. Joseph-Richard, K. Kaspersen, F. Kerber, T. Kito, M. Leporati, Y. Liu
C.B. Monge, H.M. Neck, M. Morgan, T. Ohno, A. Olszewska, M. Pepin, C. Posso, B. Riibe Ramskjell, C. Rodrich, R.M.C.B. Rogoschewski, C.G. Sánchez, F. Sánchez, A.M. Sheta, M. Shimaoka, R. Sørheim, S. Takata, C. Theodoraki, S. Tobón, M. Tremblay, Á. Tresierra, I. Usupbaev, E.Valdiviezo, N. Vásquez, J. Villagrasa, K. Yuzhaninova-Karadenizli
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Contents:

Introduction xxii
Heidi M. Neck (Babson College, USA) and Yipeng Liu (Henley Business School,
University of Reading, UK)

PART I BUILDING BRIDGES ACROSS THE UNIVERSITY FOR
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
1 Entrepreneurship education ecosystems: the case of Babson College 2
Candida G. Brush (Babson College, USA)
2 From incubator to full internal entrepreneurship education ecosystem:
the example of TBS 18
Servane Delanoë-Gueguen and Christina Theodoraki (TBS Business
School, France)
3 Integrated, not inserted: a pedagogic framework for embedding
entrepreneurship education across disciplines 32
Darryl Cummins, Paul Joseph-Richard and Margaret Morgan (Ulster
University, Northern Ireland), Sofhia Harbs (FACENS, Brazil) and
Florian Kerber (University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
4 Entrepreneurship education at Waseda University, Japan: challenges in
integrating entrepreneurship education programs across universities and
beyond 52
Mikiko Shimaoka, Toru Asahi, Tatsuhiko Inoue, Tomomi Kito,
Takahiro Ohno and Shozo Takata (Waseda University, Japan)
5 Entrepreneurial education and youth development in Central Asia 69
Iskender Usupbaev and Kseniya Yuzhaninova-Karadenizli (Almaty
Management University, Kazakhstan)
6 Revitalizing the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem at
Universidad de Piura 82
Álvaro Tresierra, María Mercedes Henriquez, Carlos Rodrich, Cinthya
Posso, Eddie Valdiviezo and Nicolas Vásquez (Universidad de Piura, Peru)
7 Tec21 educational model: defining new ways to entrepreneurship education 95
María de los Dolores González-Saucedo (Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico)

PART II TEACHING AND LEARNING ENTREPRENEURSHIP
8 Do you have what it takes? Developing entrepreneurial competencies
for creative discovery and problem-solving at CETYS Universidad 108
Ricardo D. Alvarez (CETYS Universidad, Mexico)
9 Entrepreneurship education in Egypt and the MENA Region:
experiential learning in an entrepreneurship course 130
Tarek Hatem and Ashraf Mohamed Sheta (The American University in
Cairo, Egypt)
10 Innovative approaches to entrepreneurship education at FLAME
University in India 138
Bharat Damani and Amarpreet Singh Ghura (FLAME University, India)
11 EAE Lab Pyramid 150
Marcelo Leporati, Carmen Goytre, Rocío Alvarez-Ossorio, Aleksandra
Olszewska and Santiago Tobón (EAE Business School, Spain)
12 The dynamism of entrepreneurship education: the evolving role of an
entrepreneurship educator in an emerging economy 167
Abhinav Chaturvedi (Bennett University, India)
13 The development of high-potential intrapreneurs: an executive
education approach to drive innovation in Latin American companies 182
Cris Bravo Monge and Cristian Granados Sánchez (Tecnológico de
Monterrey, Mexico)
14 Feasibility studies at CERN: CERN as a technology provider for startups 196
Karoline Kaspersen and Lise Aaboen (Norwegian University of
Science and Technology, Norway)
15 From challenge to reality: the magic to make a business flourish 211
Jorge Villagrasa and Colin Donaldson (EDEM School of Business, Spain)
16 Student peers as facilitators and mentors in practice-based
entrepreneurship education 229
Marianne Arntzen-Nordqvist and Bjørg Riibe Ramskjell (Nord
University, Norway)

PART III THE IMPACT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION AND
NEW DIRECTIONS
17 Tracking the entrepreneurial journey: from inspiration to perspiration 243
Colin Donaldson, Jorge Villagrasa and Felipe Sánchez (EDEM School
of Business, Spain)
18 Responsible entrepreneurship: a new challenge for entrepreneurship
education and training 259
Matthias Pepin, Maripier Tremblay and Luc K. Audebrand (Université
Laval, Canada)
19 Venture creation programs: what kinds of ventures do students create? 274
Roger Sørheim, Torgeir Aadland and Dag Håkon Haneberg
(Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)
20 Empowered to change the game: students guiding students 286
Raquel M. C. Barbosa Rogoschewski and Sofhia Harbs (FACENS,
Brazil)

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