- Donald F. Kuratko
- Sherry Hoskinson
- Chapter 1 Why Content and Lecture Matter in Entrepreneurship Education
- Chapter 2 Keeping It Real: The Benefits of Experiential Teaching Methods in Meeting the Objectives of Entrepreneurship Education
- Chapter 3 Is the Business Plan Really Dead and Should it Be?: A Case for the Lean Start-Up Approach
- Chapter 4 Entrepreneurial Ecosystems: Weak Metaphor or Genuine Concept?
- Chapter 5 Gazelle Solution vs. Portfolio Thinking
- Chapter 6 Aspiring Entrepreneurs Should Not Major in Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 7 Valuing a Bachelor Degree in Entrepreneurship – The LMU Experience
- Chapter 8 Should University Entrepreneurship Centers Be Controlled Centrally? Lessons Learned from Transitioning from a Business School to a Centralized Center
- Chapter 9 B School, E School, or D School: Does Entrepreneurship Program Location Matter or is it the Ecosystem that Counts?