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The Internationalisation of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education Description
The Internationalisation of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education
The current double special issue is the 18th consecutive annual publication, to appear continuously and without interruption since it was first published in the year 2000. It represents the latest and much anticipated addition to a long and successful series of specialised articles that focus upon emergent and rapidly developing educational topics related to entrepreneurship. It complements, to a large extent, other general and specialist issues to appear in Education+Training, as part of a valuable collection of offerings that contribute to the growing reputation of this premier education journal, in its 59th year of publication.
The international context of the double special issue is important in relation to the need to compare and contrast as well as generalise research results, their discussion and application in practice. This is particularly relevant to most aspects related to education and training, in itself an international topic of considerable local, regional and global importance. In the emergent field of Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education, the special issue has acquired a well deserved reputation for quality and empirical rigorousness. It adds continuity and impact to a rapidly developing body of knowledge on entrepreneurial education and training, aimed specifically at the interrelated areas of entrepreneurship, new venture creation and small business management and development.