Published in 1998, this book moves away from the basic education of entrepreneurs to new models and methods, often running in cooperation with orthodox management courses in institutes of higher education. The papers in this book develop themes, models and concepts for the education of wealth creating entrepreneurs.
Table of Contents
1. Educating Entrepreneurs for Wealth Creation, Michael Scott, Peter Rosa and Heinz Klandt 2. Case Study: Scotland’s Business Birth Rate; Research, Policy and Action, Michael Scott 3. Entrepreneurship - The Major Academic Discipline for the Business Education Curriculum for the 21st Century, Alan Grant 4. Entrepreneurship Education: A Conceptual Model and Review, Gerald E. Hills and Michael H. Morris 5. The Graduate Enterprise Programme: Ten Years On, Margaret Fletcher and Peter Rosa 6. Education, Training and the Promotion of High Quality Entrepreneurs in the Republic of Ireland, Anthon Foley and Breda Griffith 7. Entrepreneurship Education and Growth Paths of Small Firms, Mario Raffa, Giuseppe Zollo and Renata Caponi 8. Small Business Success: The Sectoral and the Dialectical, Deanne Wentworth and Ian Glover 9. The Cube Model: A Human Software, Henrik Herlau and Helge Tetschner 10. What and How Should Entrepreneurs be Taught? Implications of Different Backgrounds and Business Goals, Johanne Sletten and Halvor Hulaas 11. Entrepreneur-Service (ES)- A National Project for Improved Local Service to Entrepreneurs, Otto Kaltenborn 12. The Role of Incubators in Limiting Small Business Failure, Dianne Wingham and Robyn Morris 13. SMEs and Training: Evidence from the European Union, Stephen Creigh-Tyte and Nick Clay 14. A Comparative Evaluation of Various Methods of Teaching Entrepreneurship, Yvon Gasse.
Heinz Klandt, European Business School, Germany. Peter Rosa is the George David Emeritus Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Business at the University of Edinburgh, UK. He specialises in portfolio entrepreneurship and family business groups in Europe and East Africa.