Looking to the future: how can we further develop critical pedagogies in entrepreneurship education?

Denise Fletcher

In this foreword, I contribute to discussions on the nature, purpose, meaning and form of revitalizing entrepreneurship education and I do this by thinking about the future and trying to envisage the societal changes that are likely to occur in the next five to eight years. At the same time, I have in mind two other issues which are important for shaping how entrepreneurship pedagogy might look like in the coming years. The first issue stems out of what I see as the increasing homogeneity of entrepreneurship programmes in business school curricula. The second relates to the co-created and “flourishing” visions of the 50 ...

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