Entrepreneurship Education: An entrepreneurial ecosystems approach

Delwyn Clark, Sophie Reboud, Olivier Toutain, Valerie Ballereau, Timothy Mazzarol

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Abstract

In this paper, we examine entrepreneurship education from an entrepreneurial ecosystems perspective. We outline a comprehensive conceptual framework for entrepreneurial ecosystems (EE), developed from the literature, including details of nine core components. This EE framework is then applied using an in-depth case study of an innovative academic unit called The Entrepreneurial Garden (TEG) at Burgundy School of Business in Dijon, France. TEG offers entrepreneurship education, research and enterprise development as an integrated portfolio using the ‘entrepreneurial method’ world-view and action-based experiential pedagogies. This analysis shows how an academic unit can be developed as an EE building from local resources and expertise, aligning with macroeconomic policies and priorities, and leveraging partnerships to provide access to other entrepreneurial players, resources and networks.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication31st Annual ANZAM Conference
Place of PublicationMelbourne
PublisherAustralian and New Zealand Academy of Management
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event31st Annual Conference of the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management ANZAM: Creative Disruption: Managing in a Digital Age - Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 5 Dec 20178 Dec 2017

Conference

Conference31st Annual Conference of the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management ANZAM
CountryAustralia
CityMelbourne
Period5/12/178/12/17

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Entrepreneurship education
Ecosystem approach
Ecosystem
Resources
Expertise
Integrated
Macroeconomic policy
France
World view
Enterprise development
Conceptual framework

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Clark, D., Reboud, S., Toutain, O., Ballereau, V., & Mazzarol, T. (2017). Entrepreneurship Education: An entrepreneurial ecosystems approach. In 31st Annual ANZAM Conference [066] Melbourne: Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management.
Clark, Delwyn ; Reboud, Sophie ; Toutain, Olivier ; Ballereau, Valerie ; Mazzarol, Timothy. / Entrepreneurship Education: An entrepreneurial ecosystems approach. 31st Annual ANZAM Conference. Melbourne : Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, 2017.
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Clark, D, Reboud, S, Toutain, O, Ballereau, V & Mazzarol, T 2017, Entrepreneurship Education: An entrepreneurial ecosystems approach. in 31st Annual ANZAM Conference., 066, Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, Melbourne, 31st Annual Conference of the Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management ANZAM, Melbourne, Australia, 5/12/17.

Entrepreneurship Education: An entrepreneurial ecosystems approach. / Clark, Delwyn; Reboud, Sophie; Toutain, Olivier; Ballereau, Valerie; Mazzarol, Timothy.

31st Annual ANZAM Conference. Melbourne : Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, 2017. 066.

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Clark D, Reboud S, Toutain O, Ballereau V, Mazzarol T. Entrepreneurship Education: An entrepreneurial ecosystems approach. In 31st Annual ANZAM Conference. Melbourne: Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management. 2017. 066