“Entrepreneurship Education and Training covers the areas of entrepreneurship and economic development; entrepreneurship theories (traditional and alternative); a comparative European analysis of entrepreneurship programmes; a profile of the aspiring entrepreneur; assessing effectiveness; and a framework for the design and development of entrepreneurship training programmes. Readers should gain a significant insight into the effectiveness of entrepreneurship training programmes from both the programme providers’ and participants’ point of view. Key features of the book include: an up-to-date review of the literature in this field; a comparative analysis of entrepreneurship programmes with a European perspective; an in-depth treatment of the effectiveness issue both on a qualitative and quantitative basis, and a longitudinal study involving a control and comparator group”.
Entrepreneurship Education and Training
The Issue of Effectiveness
Author(s): Colette Henry, Francis Hill, Claire Leitch