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Publication

Citation

  • 2011

    Batory

    Governance

    Batory, A., & Lindstrom, N. (2011). The power of the purse: supranational entrepreneurship, financial incentives, and European higher education policy. Governance, 24(2), 311-329.

  • 2011

    Dutta

    International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal

    Dutta, D. K., Li, J., & Merenda, M. (2011). Fostering entrepreneurship: impact of specialization and diversity in education. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 7(2), 163-179.

  • 2011

    Rezai

    Informal education and developing entrepreneurial skills among farmers in Malaysia

    Rezai, G., Mohamed, Z., & Shamsudin, M. N. (2011). Informal education and developing entrepreneurial skills among farmers in Malaysia.

  • 2010

    Hegarty

    E-Entrepreneurship and ICT Ventures: Strategy, Organization and Technology

    Hegarty, C. 2010. “Education and Training for the Entrepreneurial Employee: Value of ICT-enabled Learning.” (Pending). In C. Stockmann, T. Kollmann, and A. Kuckertz (eds.), E-Entrepreneurship and ICT Ventures: Strategy, Organization and Technology. New York: IGI Global.

  • 2010

    henry

    Education & Training

    Henry, C., & Treanor, L. (2010). Entrepreneurship education and veterinary medicine: enhancing employable skills. Education & Training, 52(8/9), 607-623.

  • 2010

    Hussain

    Education & Training

    Hussain, J. G., Scott, J. M., & Matlay, H. (2010). The impact of entrepreneurship education on succession in ethnic minority family firms. Education & Training, 52(8/9), 643-659.

  • 2010

    Sewell

    Education & Training

    Sewell, P., & Pool, L. D. (2010). Moving from conceptual ambiguity to operational clarity: employability, enterprise and entrepreneurship in higher education. Education & Training, 52(1), 89-94.

  • 2010

    Uloko

    5th annual national conference at Main Hall College of Education

    Uloko, M.E. and U.B. Ejinkeonye, 2010. Entrepreneurship Education and Training for Job Creation. A Paper Presented at the 5th Annual National Conference at Main Hall College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin; Edo State, 12-16 July.

  • 2009

    Akpomi

    European Journal of Social Sciences

    Akpomi, M.E., 2009. Achieving millennium development goals (MDGs) through teaching entrepreneurship education in nigeria higher education institutions (HEIs). Eur. J. Soci. Sci., 8(1): 154-157.

  • 2008

    EC

    Final Report of the Expert Group

    EC/Enterprise and Industry Directorate-General (2008). Best Procedure Project: Entrepreneurship in Higher Education, especially within Non-Business-Studies — Final Report of the Expert Group. Draft Version Feb. 2008. Bruxelles

  • 2008

    Hussain

    Education & Training

    Hussain, J., Scott, J.M. and Hannon, P. (2008), “The new generation: characteristics and motivations of BME graduate entrepreneurs”, Education & Training, Vol. 50 No. 7, pp. 582-96.

  • 2008

    Mitra

    Entrepreneurship and higher education

    Mitra, J. (2008). Towards an analytical framework for policy development. In J. Potter (Ed.), Entrepreneurship and higher education. Paris: OECD—Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED).

  • 2007

    Backes-Gellner

    Small Business Economics

    Backes-Gellner, U. and Werner, A. (2007), Entrepreneurial signalling via education: A success factor in innovative start-ups, Small Business Economics, Dordrecht, Jun, Vol.29, Iss. 1-2, p 173-196.

  • 2007

    hjorth

    Handbook of research in entrepreneurship education

    Hjorth, D., and B. Johannisson. 2007. Learning as an entrepreneurial process. In Handbook of research in entrepreneurship education, ed. A. Fayolle, 46–66. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

  • 2007

    hynes

    Information Systems and Technology Education: From the University to the Workplace

    Hynes, B. and Richardson, T. (2007), “Creating an entrepreneurial mindset: getting the process right for information and communication technology students”, in Lowry, G. (Ed.), Information Systems and Technology Education: From the University to the Workplace, IGI Global, Hershey, PA.

  • 2006

    Chen

    Journal of Management Development

    Chen, Z., Li, H., Kong, S. C., & Xu, Q. (2006). An analytic knowledge network process for construction entrepreneurship education. Journal of Management Development, 25(1), 11-27.

  • 2006

    Dias

    Journal of Development Economics

    Dias, J., & McDermott, J. (2006). Institutions, education, and development: The role of entrepreneurs. Journal of Development Economics, 80(2), 299-328.

  • 2006

    Klapper

    Industry and Higher Education

    Klapper, R. and Le´ger-Jarniou, C. (2006), “Entrepreneurship intention among French Grande E ´cole and university students – an application of Shapero’s model”, Industry and Higher Education, Vol. 20 No. 2, pp. 97-110.

  • 2006

    Nixon

    International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education

    Nixon, R. D., K. Bishop, Van G. H. Clouse, and B. Kemelgor (2006). “Prior Knowledge and Entrepreneurial Discovery: A Classroom Methodology for Idea Generation,” International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 4, 19–36.

  • 2006

    Robinson

    Bond Business Publications

    Robinson, D.A., M. Goleby, and N. Hosgood. 2006. Entrepreneurship as a values and leadership paradigm. http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ business pubs/10 (accessed July 12, 2009).

  • 2005

    Corbett

    Universities and the Europe of Knowledge: Ideas, Institutions, and Policy Entrepreneurship in European Community Higher Education Policy, 1955-2005

    Corbett, Anne. 2005. Universities and the Europe of Knowledge: Ideas, Institutions, and Policy Entrepreneurship in European Community Higher Education Policy, 1955-2005. Bas- ingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • 2005

    Mok

    Research Policy

    Mok, K. (2005), “Fostering entrepreneurship: changing role of government and higher education governance in Hong Kong”, Research Policy, Vol. 43, pp. 537-54.

  • 2005

    Ramaya

    International Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship

    Ramaya, T. and Harun, Z. (2005). Entrepreneurial intention among student of Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM), International Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship, Vol. 1, No. 1, Retrieved at 3 December, 2007 from: http://www.binaryalpha.edu.my/researchctr/ Nece%20files/0101July2005/PDF%20folder%20full%20ms/Rmaya01-1(1)- 8-20p-ms.pd

  • 2004

    Anderseck

    Higher education in Europe

    Anderseck, K. (2004) Institutional and academic entrepreneurship: Implications for university governance and management, Higher Education in Europe, 29(2), pp. 193 – 200.

  • 2004

    Baumol

    Academy of management learning and education

    Baumol, W.J. (2004). Entrepreneurial cultures and countercultures. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 3(3), 316–326.

  • 2004

    Collins

    Education & Training

    Collins, L., Hannon, D. H. and Smith, A. (2004). Enacting entrepreneurial intent: The gaps between student needs and higher education capability, Education and Training 46(8):454–463.

  • 2004

    London Business School

    Entrepreneurship Teaching: Entrepreneurship Cases

    London Business School (LBS) (2004), Entrepreneurship Teaching: Entrepreneurship Cases, LBS, London, available at: www.london.edu/fem/Teaching/teaching.htrnl (accessed 22 October 2004).

  • 2004

    Shepherd

    Academy of Mangement Learning and Education

    Shepherd, D. A. (2004). Educating entrepreneurship students about emotion and learning from failure. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 3(3), 274–287.

  • 2003

    Corbett

    European Journal of Education

    Corbett, Anne. 2003. “Ideas, Institutions and Policy Entrepreneurs: Towards a New History of Higher Education in the European Community.” European Journal of Education 38 (3): 315–330.

  • 2003

    Eckhardt

    Journal of Entrepreneurship Education

    Eckhardt, J. T., & Shane, S. A. (2003). Opportunities and Entrepreneurship. Journal of Management, vol. 29 no. 3 , 333-349 . Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, Volume 15, SI, 2012

  • 2003

    robertson

    Education & Training

    Robertson, M. and Collins, A. (2003), “Developing entrepreneurship in West Yorkshire: West Yorkshire Universities’ Partnership and Business Start-up@Leeds Met”, Education and Training, Vol. 45 No. 6, pp. 303-21.

  • 2003

    Smith

    Business Education Forum

    Smith, M. O. (2003). Teaching basic business: An entrepreneurial perspective. Business Education Forum, 58, 23–25.

  • 2002

    Mitra

    Industry & Higher Education

    Mitra, J. (2002), "Consider Velasquez: reflections on the development of entrepreneurship programmes", Industry & Higher Education. Vol. 16 No. 3, pp. 191-202.

  • 2002

    Schmude

    Entrepreneurship education in Germany and US

    Schmude, J., & Uebelacker, S. 2002. Grundungsausbildung in Deutschland und USA. Eine Analyse zur Organisation und Ausrichtung von Entrepreneurship-Professuren (Entrepreneurship education in Germany and US). DtA-Studie, Bonn.

  • 2001

    daly

    Journal of Marketing Education

    Daly, S. (2001), “Student-operated internet businesses: true experiential learning in entrepreneurship and retail management”, Journal of Marketing Education, Vol. 23 No. 3, pp. 204-15.

2010

May, Solomon

Some Title

The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Report (2008) for Egypt identified education and training as one of the main constraining factors to entrepreneurship development and the creation of an entrepreneurial culture in the country. Of the 31 countries participating in the National Experts’ Survey, Egypt was ranked in last place in terms of the contribution of the education system and the number one recommendation was that it needs to be reformed. Hence, the study examines the Entrepreneurial Tendencies of students of business administration at the British University in Egypt using the Durham University General Enterprising Tendency Test. It reveals that the entrepreneurial propensity of the Egyptian students is somewhat higher than that of their counterparts in the UK, despite the prevailing traditional “knowledge acquisition” pedagogy.

http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11365-010-0153-0

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