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Further reading on "Entrepreneurship education and training"

UNESCO-UNEVOC has compiled a short selection of academic or professional articles that might help to clarify the signification and the use of the term "Entrepreneurship education". It goes thus beyond the definitions stored in TVETipedia while not pretending to offer an exhaustive bibliography on the topic.

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Towards an entrepreneurial culture for the twenty-first century By Carmela Salzano, UNESCO/ILO

This frequently cited report offers a strong case for entrepreneurship education (and “Enterprise education”) for growth and sustainable development. The first part describes the role of entrepreneurship in societies, starting with a definition of "Entrepreneurship" and a categorization for "Entrepreneurs", which both figure in the selected quotes.

Entrepreneurship Education and Training Programs around the World Dimensions for Success By Alicia Robb, Alexandria Valerio, and Brent Parton, World Bank

"Who do EET programs target? (b) What outcomes do EET programs aim to achieve? (c) What dimensions shape these outcomes? and(d) At what cost are outcomes achieved?".

To answer those questions the World Bank relies on a simple but rather exhaustive framework for entrepreneurship education programmes, transcripted in the selected quotes.

Entrepreneurship Education and Training : Insights from Ghana, Kenya and Mozambique By Alicia Robb, Alexandria Valerio, and Brent Parton, World Bank

Deriving from the previous reference, this report focuses on Entrepreneurship education in Ghana, Kenya and Mozambique. Based on those national cases, the authors go deeper into the challenges and limits of entrepreneurship education programmes. In the selected quotes, the lack of scientific data on "EET" is well shown alongside with the difficulties to adapt programmes to diverse audience targets.

The Oslo Agenda for Entrepreneurship Education in Europe By the European Commission

The Oslo Agenda was written almost ten years ago but still provides many relevant “proposals” for stakeholders of every level in order to “step up progress in promoting entrepreneurial mindsets”.

This article is an element of the TVETipedia Glossary.



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