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Methodology and Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Courses
A. Herrero de Egaña Espinosa de los Monteros, Cornelis Adrianus (Kees-Jan) van Dorp
Pages - 132 - 155     |    Revised - 31-01-2011     |    Published - 08-02-2011
Volume - 1   Issue - 3    |    Publication Date - January / February  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Flexible Modality, Open and Distance Education, Entrepreneurship, Virtual Business Planning
ABSTRACT
Creating a new business is a process. However, there is no magic program that will guarantee you a new successful business. The process is highly stochastic (not all business ideas make it) and iterative (based on what you learn as you proceed, you will likely have to modify your thinking and repeat parts of earlier steps). This paper explores the role of academics in this process, the economic literature related to entrepreneurship education and explains the results obtained in the (virtual) pilot course programme on entrepreneurship, as organised by UNED in the project Cross Border Virtual Entrepreneurship (CBVE): a European Multilateral project under the Lifelong Learning Programme 2007-2013, Subprogramme Erasmus - Cooperation between Universities and Enterprises
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Dr. A. Herrero de Egaña Espinosa de los Monteros
UNED - Spain
alherrero@cee.uned.es
Dr. Cornelis Adrianus (Kees-Jan) van Dorp
EADTU - Netherlands