New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 11 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Awakening the entrepreneurial spirit: Exploring the relationship between organizational factors and perceptions of entrepreneurial self-efficacy and desirability in a corporate setting

Deborah V. Brazeal, Mark T. Schenkel, Jay A. Azriel

While efforts at understanding how the entrepreneurial spirit is awakened (e.g., unwrapping the cognitive “black box”) have been productive in the new venture context, it remains…


The impact of screening criteria on entrepreneurship research

Gregory B. Murphy, Robert Hill

Entrepreneurship researchers use various types of screening criteria to select samples for study. In that selecting these criteria is, in effect, choosing a definition or model of…


Entrepreneurship and self-employment: The state-of-the-art and directions for future research

GiSeung Kim

This survey overviews the literature on entrepreneurship and self-employment. The author catalogs the main contributions of this body of research and makes a distinction between…


Utilization of problem-based learning in an entrepreneurship business planning course

Joseph R. Bell

This article demonstrates the implementation and efficacy of Problem-Based Learning (PBL) in an undergraduate entrepreneurship business planning course. Throughout the course…


Entrepreneurship education

Marguerite R. Faulk

Book review by Marguerite R. Faulk. Greene, Patricia G. and Mark P. Rice, eds. Entrepreneurship Education, Cheltenham, UK: Edgar Elgar Publishing, 2007. ISBN 9781845424220


Some entrepreneurship pitfalls

Philip Wolitzer

All of us have at some point thought how great it would be to be the boss of our own destiny and build a new business. For some it's a dream that won't stop until we try. In the…

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