Critical entrepreneurship education: a form of resistance to McEducation?

Ulla Hytti


Universities are increasingly expected to strengthen their role in society (Jarvis, 2013). This also suggests a transition towards the “entrepreneurial university” (Etzkowitz, 2014; Foss & Gibson, 2015) and a reorientation of university strategies and policies to promoting entrepreneurship and societal impact (Siegel & Wright, 2015). One tenet in this development is increasing the supply of entrepreneurship education and training modules campus-wide, and making entrepreneurship topics mandatory or at least highly recommended to all university students irrespective of their discipline. This strong wind of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurialism ...

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