Journal of Entrepreneurship Education

Articles from Vol. 11, 2008

Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies: A Student Business
ABSTRACTEntrepreneurship training requires a non-traditional approach in which students must learn to embrace the challenges of operating in a business environment that favors creativity and risk-taking. Not only must students be exposed to a business...
Entrepreneurial Intentions Research: Implications for Entrepreneurship Education
ABSTRACTIf entrepreneurial intentions precede entrepreneurial behavior, then entrepreneurship educators should benefit from intentions-based research in entrepreneurship. This paper reviews the intentions research related to entrepreneurship, focusing...
Entrepreneurship and the At-Risk Students in the Mississippi Delta
ABSTRACTThe ASU SIFE Team developed a program that was funded by a grant from the Horizon Institute of Technology. This program offered 32 at-risk students from two Arkansas delta school districts, Newport and South Mississippi Co. an opportunity to...
Experiential Entrepreneurship in the Classroom: Effects of Teaching Methods on Entrepreneurial Career Choice Intentions
ABSTRACTIn recent years experiential courses have become increasingly popular. Yet to date very few studies have examined what the impact of these studies have on students' intentions to become an entrepreneur. This study examines the differences in...
International Entrepreneurship: The Influence of Culture on Teaching and Learning Styles
ABSTRACTRecent developments in the competitive global business environment underscore the importance of entrepreneurship and technology in terms of capitalizing on new business opportunities. As such, business education which is focused on entrepreneurship...
Is Non-Traditional Entrepreneurship Training Helpful to Nascent Entrepreneurs? Yes and No
ABSTRACTScholars and practitioner s have argued whether or not entrepreneurship can be taught. One camp insists entrepreneurship is teachable while the other remains skeptical. While we take the side with the camp that insists entrepreneurship is teachable,...
Teaching International Entrepreneurship through Student Exchange: Observations, Obstacles and Recommendations
ABSTRACTWhile most scholars and researchers recognize that entrepreneurship occurs differently in other countries, there are relatively few undergraduate courses that focus on International Entrepreneurship. Further, of those with an International focus,...
The Future Is Now: Preparing K-12 Teachers and Students for an Entrepreneurial Society
ABSTRACTThe state of Indiana is experiencing massive structural changes in the manufacturing environment. This same trend has been seen nationwide as high wage manufacturing moves offshore and communities are left to struggle with the impact on their...
The Shortage of Academically Trained Entrepreneurship Faculty: Implications, Challenges, and Opportunities
ABSTRACTOver the last several decades, there have been significant advancements in entrepreneurship research and theory development. The number of universities that offers entrepreneurship classes, and which have established formal entrepreneurship programs...
The Use of Micro Student Consulting Projects as an Alternative to Traditional Field-Based Student Consulting Projects: An Exploratory Study
ABSTRACTEntrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education are widely recognized to have made tremendous progress in the U.S. over the past 20 years (Solomon, Winslow, and Tarabishy, 1998). This paper uses a case study to analyze the efforts of a faculty...