Edited by Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori
This chapter posits that entrepreneurship education will be enhanced by helping students develop a personal entrepreneurial identity. It articulates a program underway where undergraduate students engage in identity construction through a semester-long project. The project centers on internalizing four specific moral virtues posited to be central to entrepreneurial identity.
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