IntEnt2002 : Internationalizing Entrepreneurship Education and Training - Proceedings of the IntEnt-Conference Johore Bahru, Malaysia, July 8-10, 2002

IntEnt2002 : Internationalizing Entrepreneurship Education and Training - Proceedings of the IntEnt-Conference Johore Bahru, Malaysia, July 8-10, 2002

by: Heinz Klandt, Ahmad Zaki Abu Bakar (Eds.)

Josef Eul Verlag, 2003

ISBN: 9783899361339 , 377 Pages

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IntEnt2002 : Internationalizing Entrepreneurship Education and Training - Proceedings of the IntEnt-Conference Johore Bahru, Malaysia, July 8-10, 2002


 

Preface

6

Acknowledgements

8

Contents

9

PART A Entrepreneurship Education: Innovative Approaches

16

1. Entrepreneurship as an Ability Game: Observations from Children’s and Adolescents’ Microstoria

18

Summary

18

Introduction

18

Research Background and Framework

20

Microstoria Analysis as a Research Method

22

Data Gathering and Methodology

24

Results

25

Conclusions

30

References

31

Appendix 1

33

Appendix 2

34

2. Guidelines for the Content of Entrepreneurship Subjects as determined by the Success Factors of Entrepreneurs

36

Summary

36

Introduction

37

Problem Statement and Objective

37

Research Methodology and Results

38

Conclusion and Recommendations

47

References

48

3. Outcomes-based Education as a Vehicle to Entrepreneurship Education and Training

52

Summary

52

The Principles of Outcomes-base Education

53

Entrepreneurship Education and Training

55

OBE and Entrepreneurship Education and Training

59

Conclusion

61

References

62

PART B Entrepreneurship Education Programs Worldwide

64

4. Entrepreneurship Education in Argentina: The Case of San Andrés University

66

Summary

66

Introduction

66

Methodology

68

Why teach Entrepreneurship at University Level?

68

Entrepreneurship Education in Argentina

72

Conclusions

87

References

88

5. Monterrey Tech Entrepreneurial Transferring Model. A Successful Case in the Promotion of the Entrepreneurial Culture in Latin America

90

Summary

90

6. Re-Development of the National Diploma: Small Business Management of Technikon SA

98

Summary

98

Introduction

98

Problem Statement

100

Aims of the Study

100

Objectives of the Study

100

Definitions of Terms

101

Optional subjects

114

Conclusions

115

References

115

Annexure

117

Level Learning Band Qualification Credits National first degrees

117

National diplomas

117

National certificates

117

PART C Entrepreneurship Education and Incubators

118

7. The Organizational Structure and University Business Incubators: An International Study

120

Summary

120

Introduction

120

Theoretical Background

122

Methodology

123

Sample and Design

124

Limitations

125

Results

125

Implications

128

Conclusions

129

References

129

8. University Incubation Programmes as an Entrepreneurship Learning Facility

132

Summary

132

Introduction

132

Contextual Background

133

Research Methodology

135

Implications

138

References

139

Appendix

139

9. Value Added Service Entrepreneurship Development through Melaka K- Economy Incubator Complex

140

Summary

140

Introduction

141

Melaka's Case

142

Technology Development Model

144

Economic Development Model

145

Implementation Strategy for Melaka

146

Environment of Abundance

146

Principle of Networking

148

Supporting Network

148

Use of the Creativity of People in the Rural Areas

149

Conclusion

150

References

151

PART D Impact of Entrepreneurship Education

152

10. Entrepreneurship Education: Does it Promote Entrepreneurial Potential? A Field Study in Finnish Polytechnics

154

Summary

154

Background

155

Earlier Research

157

The Concepts

161

The Frame of Reference

166

The Research Subject

167

Choice of Methods for the Compilation of Data

167

Results

169

Discussion

171

References

172

11. Entrepreneurship Training and Entrepreneurs Education: An Empirical Evidence in Franchising Business

176

Summary

176

Introduction

176

Franchising in Malaysia

179

Research Objective

180

Research Methodology

180

Findings

181

Education Analysis

186

Conclusions and Implications

194

References

196

12. Entrepreneurial Spirit of German Students – An Explorative Study among the European Business School

200

Summary

200

Introduction

200

Literature Overview

202

Heuristic Framework

203

Sample and Data

205

Influence Factors

209

Summary

211

References

213

PART E Special Background for Entrepreneurship Education

216

13. A Multi-dimensional Conceptual Framework as an Aid to Assist in Entrepreneurship Development

218

Summary

218

Introduction

219

Materials and Methods

220

Results

220

Performance

231

Managerial

231

Competencies

231

Clusters

231

Literature Synthesis

232

Discussion

234

Conclusion and Recommendations

237

Literature References

237

14. Study on Strategic Orientation when Using a Business Start- up Simulation Game

242

Summary

242

What is EVa? - an Overview

242

Theoretical Framework of EVa

243

Description and Collecting of the Sample

243

How much growth do you anticipate? What factors are important for you?

244

What kind of growth are you aiming for?

244

What kind of information do you obtain?

245

Theoretical Framework of Strategy

245

Research in the Field of Strategy with EVa

248

Literature

250

15. The Importance of Teaching Entrepreneurs: The Value of Marketing Research and how to Conduct Marketing Research1

252

Summary

252

The Use of Marketing Research

253

The Importance of Teaching Entrepreneurs the Value of Marketing Research and how to Conduct Marketing Research

254

Conclusion

268

Research Methodology

268

Description Number Timing

272

The Reliability and Validity of the Research

277

Reliability

278

Validity

278

Research Results

279

References

297

PART F General Aspects of Entrepreneurship Education

300

16. Entrepreneurship Development in Ireland and Singapore

302

Summary

302

Comparative Economic Development

302

Generic Entrepreneurship Model and Comparative Analysis

305

Domestic Issues and External Challenges

312

Conclusion and Policy Implications

319

Bibliography

322

17. Survey of Entrepreneurs’ Work Motivation during the Transition to Market Economy in Bulgaria

326

Summary

326

Introduction

327

Theoretical Background

329

Goals, Hypothesis and Tasks of Research

334

Method

335

Results and Discussion

337

Conclusion

344

Bibliography

346

Appendix 1:

348

Appendix 2:

351

18. How do Innovative Entrepreneursget the Capital they need?

354

Summary

354

Introduction

354

Capital resources of New Firms

356

Issues of Concern at the Financial Markets

356

The Data

358

Empirical results

359

Non-innovative start-ups Innovative start-ups

359

Conclusion

361

References

362

19. An Application of the Delphi Method to Identify Business Strategies for Sparkle Precision

366

Summary

366

Introduction

366

Latest Development

368

The Delphi Technique

368

Modus Operandi

369

Findings

370

Conclusion

373

References

373

Published Proceedings of the IntEnt-Conferences

376