Entrepreneurship Education as Learning to Form Identities Cross-Cultural Perspective
Aaltio, I., & Wang, Q. (2015). Entrepreneurship Education as Learning to Form Identities Cross-Cultural Perspective. In J. Sanchez-Garcia. (Ed.), Entrepreneurship Education and Training (pp. 201-224). InTech. doi:10.5772/59061 Retrieved from http://www.intechopen.com/articles/show/title/entrepreneurship-educati...
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[Introduction] In this study we focus on entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurs’ professional identity and related cross-cultural issues . Today’s global business requires professional identities that are flexible and broad-mind, and this is why teaching should recognize these challenges. There is a need for new skills such as generalist skills, social skills and abilities for creating and sustaining new, complex trust-based business networks. We believe entrepreneurship education can promote such abilities. The entrepreneurs-to-be also need ethical rules and codes as they build values and ethical understanding, all rooted in identity. Recently, researchers such as Rae  have stressed the need for entrepreneurship education with a strong emphasis on sustainability and responsibility. [Continues, please see the article]
Is part of publicationEntrepreneurship Education and Training. Ed. by J. Sanchez-Garcia. InTech, 2015. ISBN 978-953-51-2029-2
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