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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.1 Europe’s entrepreneurial challenge
1.2 The purpose of the survey
1.3 The consortium
1.4 Approaches and definitions
1.4.1 Definition of entrepreneurship
1.4.2 Scope
1.4.3 The Threshold
1.4.4 Types of higher-education institutions (HEIs)
1.4.5 The framework model and its dimensions
1.5 Reading instructions
2. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
2.1 Conclusions
2.2 Differences across Europe
2.2.1 Types of institutions
2.2.2 Time is a factor
2.3 Differences across Europe (EU15 vs. EU>15)
2.4 Recommendations
2.4.1 EU level
2.4.2 National level
2.4.3 Institutional level
3. METHODOLOGY OF THE SURVEY
3.1 The framework model
3.1.1 An integrated approach to entrepreneurship education
3.1.2 The input – six dimensions of entrepreneurship education
3.1.3 Making the framework operational
3.2 The quantitative survey
3.2.1 A survey in two parts
3.2.2 Data collection
3.2.3 The questionnaire
3.2.4 Conducting the survey
3.2.5 Reliability and validity of the survey
3.3 Qualitative data collection
3.3.1 Selection criteria for the in-depth interviews
3.3.2 Recruitment
3.3.3 Development of the interview guides
3.3.4 National distribution of in-depth case interviews
3.3.5 Data processing
3.4 The benchmark of performance and framework conditions
3.4.1 Weighing the sub-indices
3.5 Limitations
4. THE SCOPE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN EUROPE
4.1 Main conclusions
4.2 The prevalence of entrepreneurship education
4.2.1 Entrepreneurship education across different types of institutions
4.2.2 Entrepreneurship education across different regions
4.3 A comparison of the three groups of institutions
5.1 Main conclusions
5.2 Benchmark of performance
5.2.1 The make of the performance index
5.3 Benchmark of framework conditions
5.3.1 The make of the framework conditions index
5.3.2 The correlation between performance and framework conditions
5.3.3 Benchmarking of framework conditions at country level
5.4 Identifying good-practice institutions in entrepreneurship education
6. STRATEGY
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Main conclusions
6.2.1 Strategic embeddedness
6.2.2 Entrepreneurship policy
6.2.3 Entrepreneurship goals
6.2.4 Type of institution
6.2.5 Regional differences
6.2.6 Development over time
6.3 The importance of the strategy dimension
6.4 Entrepreneurship policies
6.5 Strategic embeddedness
7. INSTITUTIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Main conclusions
7.2.1 Approaches
7.4 Entrepreneurship appointments
7.5 Research in entrepreneurship
7.6 Cross-discipline structures
8. TEACHING AND LEARNING
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Main conclusions
8.2.2 Degrees
8.3 Courses
8.3.1 Levels
8.4 Degrees
8.5 Curriculum
8.5.1 Exchange of curriculum/methods exist, but the potential is still large
8.6 Extracurricular activities
8.6.1 Extracurricular activities are widespread
8.6.2 Networking and business-accelerating activities
8.7 Teaching methods
8.7.1 Creative teaching methods – common in entrepreneurship
9. OUTREACH
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Main conclusions
9.2.1 Alumni
9.2.4 Types of institutions
9.2.5 Regional differences
9.2.6 Development over time
9.3 Alumni
9.4 Links with external stakeholders
9.5 Community Engagement
10. DEVELOPMENT
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Main Conclusions
10.2.1 Human-resource management and development
10.2.2 Evaluation of entrepreneurship goals and strategies
10.2.3 User-driven improvement
10.2.4 Types of institutions
10.2.5 Regional differences
10.2.6 Development over time
10.3 Human resource development and management
10.3.1 Personal experience in entrepreneurship outside academia
10.4 Evaluation
10.5 User-driven improvement
11. RESOURCES
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Main conclusions
11.2.1 Income generating activities
11.2.4 Types of institutions
11.2.6 Development over time
11.3 Income-generating activities
11.4 Budget allocation
11.5 Type and sources of funding
12. BARRIERS TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION
12.1 The three main barriers to entrepreneurship education
12.2 Obstacles identified in the interviews with good-practice institutions
12.2.1 Resources
12.2.2 Institutional infrastructure
12.2.3 Development
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