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Published by:
Allied Business Academies (2006)
 
in "Journal of Entrepreneurship Education"
Length:
7 pages

Abstract

This paper introduces scholars in the discipline of entrepreneurship to a 21st century model of delivering interdisciplinary entrepreneurship education. The basic premise behind the model truly differentiates it from common entrepreneurship programs, which is the capability to overcome five traditional barriers to learning: isolation, time, limited expertise, cost, and rapid globalization. Readers are provided the essence and effective of the program, and are invited to learn more about it and consider its adoption at their own universities.

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