About the Editors,An enterprise opportunity for entrepreneurial students: student enterprise development and experience assessed through the student voice,Assessing the Sense of Initiative and Entrepreneurship in vocational students using the European Qualification Framework.,Awakening students’ entrepreneurial selves: case music in basic education,Biography,Book review: “Annals of entrepreneurship education and pedagogy” edited by Michael H. Morris,Book review: “Entrepreneurship Education in Asia” edited by Hugh Thomas and Donna Kelley,Commitment to an entrepreneurship training programme for self-employed entrepreneurs, and learning from participation,Connecting the dots – A discussion on key concepts in contemporary entrepreneurship education,Engendering entrepreneurial competencies in the youth of today: A teacher’s perspective,Enterprise education in initial teacher education in Ireland,Entrepreneurial skills and socio-cultural factors: an empirical analysis in secondary education students,Entrepreneurship education by design,Entrepreneurship education programs in Malaysian polytechnics,Influence of early exposure to family business experience on developing entrepreneurs,Introduction: “critical perspectives on enterprise and entrepreneurship education”,New horizons in entrepreneurship: from teacher-led to student-centered learning,Predicting entrepreneurial motivation among university students: The role of entrepreneurship education,The development of entrepreneurship at school: the Spanish experience
Critical perspectives on Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education Description
Critical perspectives on Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education
This year's double special issue is the 17th consecutive annual publication, the latest in a long and successful series of specialist articles to be published in Education + Training. The first double special issue appeared in 2000, an innovative and widely acclaimed publication, much praised by vocational education and training (VET) researchers, practitioners and policy makers across the industrially developed and developing nations, as well as in countries in economic transition. It comprises 14 articles which, individually and collectively, offer a critical perspective on diverse aspects and contexts associated with E&EE. It is designed to be convergent, rather than divergent in nature and it seeks to make an empirically rigorous contribution to the development of conceptual, contextual and practical aspects of this exciting topic of research.