A book profiling best practice for Entrepreneurship education drawing on cases from a global perspective.
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The book’s central theme is the effective construction and delivery of entrepreneurship education. Universities globally are under pressure from an expanding range of stakeholders to provide entrepreneurship education and support to students. This book provides a series of cases highlighting best entrepreneurship education practice from a global perspective. The book has the following aims:
•evidence novel practices in the delivery of effective entrepreneurship education including pedagogical design of curriculum.
•evidence successful entrepreneurial education including studies of student success stories.
•lessons learned from entrepreneurial education practice.
•identify future avenues of entrepreneurial education research.
•implications for policy and practice for entrepreneurial education stakeholders.
Please contact Paul.Jones@coventry.ac.uk if you have any questions or queries.