Peer Reviewed Articles
Towards a Search for the Meaning of Entrepreneurship (Literature Review)
Kobia, M., Damary, S., (2009). Towards a search for the meaning of entrepreneurship. Journal of European Industrial Training, 34(2), 110-127. doi:10.1108/03090591011023970
- Purpose: The primary purpose of this literature review paper is to address the question why it is difficult to define entrepreneurship despite the amount of research that has taken place in the field. In addition, the paper also aims to demonstrate how the struggle to define entrepreneurship has impacted on entrepreneurial careers in Kenya.
Rediscovering Enterprise: Developing Appropriate University Entrepreneurship Education (Literature Review)
Bridge, S., Hegarty, C., Porter, S., (2010). Rediscovering enterprise: developing appropriate university entrepreneurship education. Education + Training, 52(8)(9), 722-734. doi:10.1108/00400911011089015
- Purpose: Entrepreneurship can refer to business start-up, but now sometimes has wider connotations. This paper aims to explore what entrepreneurship means for the promoters of entrepreneurship education and what might be appropriate for the students who consume it.
Teachers Implementing Entrepreneurship Education: Classroom Practices (Literature Review)
Ruskovaara, E., Pihkala, T., (2012). Teachers implementing entrepreneurship education: classroom practices. Education + Training, 55(2), 204-216. doi:10.1108/00400911311304832
- Purpose: This study aims to highlight the entrepreneurship education practices teachers use in their work. Another target is to analyze how these practices differ based on a number of background factors.