CALL FOR PAPERS
Entrepreneurship Education (EE) has become recognized as a way of developing expertise and readiness to the challenges of modern labor markets in the context of work as well as the general context of an individual’s life. Classical distinctions o!enmade in EE are the di”erences between entrepreneurship and enterprising and in learning about, through, or for entrepreneurship. Although these di”erent EE-foci have consequences for learning outcomes, pedagogy, and the role of teachers, they are notmutually exclusive. On the contrary, these approaches can be seen as a natural progression in EE….
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