Dean A. Shepherd, Jeffrey G. Covin and Donald F. Kuratko
Michael G. Goldsby, Donald F. Kuratko and Thomas Nelson
Donald F. Kuratko, David B. Audretsch and Albert N. Link
The past 40 years have witnessed an explosion of research and accompanying theories related to entrepreneurship. The volume of work attempting to describe, explain and predict aspects of entrepreneurship has grown to the point where scholars can develop a more complete and integrated picture. Kuratko, Audretsch, and Link recommend that combinations of theories—a so-called ‘multiple lens’ approach—and multilevel analyses offer the potential for substantial contributions to the field.
Michael H. Morris, Donald F. Kuratko and Jeffrey R. Cornwall
After tracing the evolution of entrepreneurship within institutions of higher learning, the authors explore the key elements that constitute a comprehensive entrepreneurship program. Best practices at leading universities and differing kinds of academic environments are highlighted. They examine multiple aspects of program management and infrastructure, including curriculum and degree program development, where entrepreneurship is administratively housed, how it is organized, and approaches to staffing and resource acquisition.