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Contents List of Figures List of Tables List of Contributors Preface by Jerome Kat 1. Cornerstones of Change: Revisiting and Challenging New Perspectives on Research in Entrepreneurship Education Jill Kickul and Alain Fayolle PART ONE: 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 TWO 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, Beno¿t 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 THREE 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 Linan 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 B¿chard and Denis Gr¿goire 16. Learning Risk-Taking Competences Paula Kyr¿ and Annuka Tapani Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Entrepreneurship -- Study and teaching.
Entrepreneurship -- Research.