APPLYING ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION TO EXPLORE ENTREPRENEURSHIP PEDAGOGY: THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION PROJECT
Entrepreneurship remains relatively immature compared with other business, economic and social research disciplines. It lacks large scale, longitudinal studies with rigorous research methods and complex models that provide a foundational, empirical base, partly due to the resource-intensive nature of such studies. Through the lens of the Entrepreneurship Education Project this paper demonstrates how applying entrepreneurial methods to entrepreneurship research may help rapidly advance our understanding of entrepreneurship education. A history and analysis of the Entrepreneurship Education Project’s data initiative is provided, as is a glimpse into the future of the project.
Rushworth, Susan; Winkel, Doan; Vanevenhoven, Jeff; and Liguori, Eric
"APPLYING ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION TO EXPLORE
ENTREPRENEURSHIP PEDAGOGY: THE
ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION PROJECT,"
Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship: Vol. 27:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://repository.ulm.edu/jbe/vol27/iss2/1