If you are looking for the intersection of past practices, current thinking, and future insights into the ever-expanding world of entrepreneurship education, then you will want to read and explore the fourth edition of the Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy. Prepared under the auspices of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), this edited volume covers a broad range of scholarly, practical, and thoughtful perspectives on a compelling range of entrepreneurship education issues.
The fourth edition spans topics ranging from innovative practices in facilitating entrepreneurship teaching and learning inside and outside the classroom, learning innovation, model programs, to the latest research from top programs and thought leaders in entrepreneurship. Moreover, the fourth edition builds on previous editions as it continues to investigate critical issues in designing, implementing, and assessing experiential learning techniques in the field of entrepreneurship.
This contemporary volume provides insights and challenges in the development of entrepreneurship education for students, educators, mentors, community leaders, and more. Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy – 2021 is a must-have book for any entrepreneurship professor, scholar or program director dedicated to advancing entrepreneurship education in the US and around the world.
'A must-have for teachers of entrepreneurship. How insightful to see topics ranging from entrepreneurship in rural regions to entrepreneurship in MBA programs and special topics on ideation, service learning, and the arts as well as women entrepreneurs as "superwomen". Finally, many will be delighted at the number of "best practice" articles connecting entrepreneurship education to film, social enterprise, and various experiential platforms while concluding with the impact of COVID-19 on the field.'
– Timothy S. Mescon, AACSB, the Netherlands
Contributors: D. Barber, J. Batista Monzon, J. Bendickson, A. Bunoza, P.M.W. Burley, D. Cliver, S. Cochran, D. Cohen, S. Costa, B. Cowden, R. D'Intino, S. De Klerk, M. Dominik, B. Eager, K. Ellborg, R. Fanuzzi, A. Fayolle, J. Fiet, S. Fiorito, R. Fleming, D. Foley, A. Frederiks, K. Gallagher, W. Gartner, M. Glauser, T. Haines, M. Harris, J. Hart, A. Heise, M. Hiatt, D. Holland, D. Hoover, J. Hornsby, C. Jones, P. Jones, J. Katz, T. Kiefer, E. Liguori, Y. Liu, M. Loi, F. Mammano, A. Maritz, C.H. Matthews, M. Mbacke, A. Mendes, N. Miljkovic, X. Neumeyer, Q. Nguyen, L. Pacheco-Jorge, S. Paynte, W. Peake, L. Pittaway, W. Plant, J. Pollack, G. Quinet, J. Reid, W. Reisel, S.C. Santos, J. Shields, O. Solomon Jr., S. Solomon, J. Swaim, B. Teague, P. Tonhozi de Oliveira, C. Vanevenhoven, J. Vanevenhoven, R. Weaver, R. White, J. Wilcox, D. Winkel, C. Winkler, J. Woods, L. Zane, A. Zimbroff.
Edited by Charles H. Matthews, Distinguished Teaching Professor of Entrepreneurship and Strategy, Lindner College of Business, University of Cincinnati, US. He served as President of USASBE in 2004 and Eric W. Liguori, Rohrer Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship and Executive Director, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Rohrer College of Business, Rowan University, US. He served as President of USASBE in 2019.