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Special Issue: 'Students creating Ventures in Higher Education: Nascent Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship Students' in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research

  • 1.  Special Issue: 'Students creating Ventures in Higher Education: Nascent Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship Students' in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research

    Posted 30 days ago

    The special issue 'Students creating Ventures in Higher Education: Nascent Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship Students' in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research will focus on students creating real ventures at the university.

    More information about the special issue:

    https://www.emeraldgrouppublishing.com/journal/ijebr/students-creating-ventures-higher-education-nascent-entrepreneurs-and 

    The special issue will explore the special conditions for students creating ventures, such as their resources and networks connected to financing, legitimacy and knowledge. The special issue will also explore how learning should be designed and assessed for students that create ventures during higher education. Possible topics include: Venture creation as part of entrepreneurship education, Venture creation as part of extra-curricular activities, Student-driven ventures as part of the university eco-system, and Results from student venture creation.

    The submission deadline to International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research is September 30th.

    Engage is organizing an online/blended paper development workshop in the end of week 37 for those of you who intend to submit a manuscript to the special issue. During the workshop, the participants will collaborate in developing draft manuscripts further. In order to participate in the workshop, you should submit a manuscript draft (at least an extended abstract) within the scope of the special issue by the 1st of July to lise.aaboen@ntnu.no. More information will follow upon acceptance. You are welcome to use your 3E2020 paper but new papers are also welcome. Participation in the workshop does not guarantee an acceptance to the special issue.



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    Lise Aaboen
    Professor
    Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
    Trondheim
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