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Beyond content and pedagogy: the role of self and place in entrepreneurial leadership development

Louisa Huxtable-Thomas Orcid Logo, Paul Hannon Orcid Logo

The Role and Impact of Entrepreneurship Education, Pages: 66 - 86

Swansea University Authors: Louisa Huxtable-Thomas Orcid Logo, Paul Hannon Orcid Logo

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This chapter is based on evidence from a programme of learning aimed at entrepreneur(ial) learners and identifies three dimensions that need to be taken into account when prescribing pedagogies. The results of this study suggest that the traditional methods of designing course delivery have been ove...

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Published in: The Role and Impact of Entrepreneurship Education
ISBN: 9781786438232
Published: Edward Elgar 2019
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