New England Journal of Entrepreneurship: Volume 16 Issue 1 , Open Access


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Sustainability: A paradigmatic shift in entrepreneurship education

Frances M. Amatucci, Nelson Pizarro, Jay Friedlander

This article proposes that sustainability represents a paradigmatic shift from traditional perspectives in entrepreneurship education. This “call to action” argues that it is…


Entrepreneurial orientation in public schools: The view from new jersey

Steven E. Phelan, Ane T. Johnson, Thorsten Semrau

We utilize a sample of New Jersey schools to explore the relationship between entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and school performance. The results indicate a significant…


Adding to the pedagogical portfolio: Launching a student business in a semester course

Elizabeth A. McCrea

Common pedagogical approaches to entrepreneurship education include business plan writing, case studies, consulting, and simulations. Yet, in effect, these learning vehicles are…


Relationship Between Students’ Grades and School Year and Their Intention for Entrepreneurship: Some Pioneering Findings

Narendra C. Bhandari

This is the first study of its kind to explore the relationship between studentsʼ year of education and their intention to start a business once they have completed their…


AdRoll: A case study of entrepreneurial growth

Todd A. Finkle

This case study examines the background, start up, and growth of one of the fastest-growing companies in the United States, AdRoll. It explores the various strategic factors…

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