Edited by Alain Fayolle and Dana T. Redford
This insightful Handbook offers a lens through which to view entrepreneurship strategy for higher education institutions, as it becomes increasingly necessary for universities to consider changing their strategies, culture and practices to become more entrepreneurial.
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- Handbook on the Entrepreneurial University
- Introduction: towards more entrepreneurial universities - myth or reality?
- Chapter 1: Stakeholder management and the entrepreneurial university
- Chapter 2: The university of the future: an entrepreneurial stakeholder learning organization?
- Chapter 3: Managing the improvement of entrepreneurship education programmes: a comparison of universities in the life sciences in Europe, USA and Canada
- Chapter 4: Entrepreneurship in Finland, Sweden and Norway: transferability of entrepreneurship educational programmes
- Chapter 5: Institutional change in the German Higher Education system: from professional dominance to managed education
- Chapter 6: University entrepreneurship education in Tanzania: introducing entrepreneurship education in a context of transition
- Chapter 7: Evolving entrepreneurial universities: experiences and challenges in the Middle Eastern context
- Chapter 8: A regional perspective on the entrepreneurial university: practices and policies
- Chapter 9: 'The apple doesnít fall far from the tree': the entrepreneurial university as nurturer of entrepreneurial values
- Chapter 10: Integrated support for university entrepreneurship from entrepreneurial intent towards behaviour: the case of the German 'EXIST' policy programme
- Chapter 11: Boosting entrepreneurship education within the knowledge network of the Dutch agri-food sciences: the new 'Wageningen' approach
- Chapter 12: Not just the what and how, but also the who: the impact of entrepreneurship educators
- Chapter 13: Global start-up internships as a source of experiential learning
- Chapter 14: The potential of and framework for promoting a business angel university and intellectual property exploitation: a case study from Wales
- Chapter 15: Commercializing science by means of university spin-offs: an ethical review
- Chapter 16: The meandering path: the university's contribution toward the entrepreneurial journey
- Chapter 17: Entrepreneurial learning and the IBM Universities Business Challenge: an experiential learning perspective
- Chapter 18: Where do academic entrepreneurs locate their firms? How to access the development of entrepreneurship education at university level
- Chapter 19: How to access the development of entrepreneurship education at university level: the case of Denmark
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