Department of Management

11 Theses on Entrepreneurship Education: How shortly can we express the Essence?

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Questions I care about
How can I best contribute to establishing clarity and precision to the way we develop the central elements of entrepreneurship education research?

Approach
Inspired by Karl Marx´s 11 theses on Feuerbach the paper establishes 11 short theses on entrepreneurship education. These theses are formulated around questions of the ontology of entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial process, entrepreneurial learning and entrepreneurship education.

Results
The 11 theses are short, precise and constitute a framework, which educators and researchers can use either for agreeing or disagreeing on what should be the foundation of entrepreneurship education research.

Implications
The paper produces a few central statements (theses) that entrepreneurship educators and entrepreneurship education researchers would benefit from either agreeing or disagreeing on.

Value/Originality
The 11 theses contribute to more precision in the nomenclature and central building blocks of entrepreneurship education research. Hereby it facilitates the development of either a common frame of reference – or an enlightened disagreement between different takes on the core elements - of entrepreneurship education
Original languageEnglish
Publication year24 Apr 2015
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 24 Apr 2015

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