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This book is for entrepreneurship educators who believe that their students can learn more by ‘doing’ entrepreneurship than just ‘learning’ about entrepreneurship. It is a powerful guide for faculty and students keen to understand the process of entrepreneurship. Moreover, it doesn’t matter which domain expert you are, the content here is relevant to all.
This is an easy-to-read book with many descriptions, illustrations and exercises dealing with basic concepts in entrepreneurship. The book will prove relevant and useful to students seeking an introduction to entrepreneurship issues in developing countries.
Academics and practitioners seem to have different ways of looking at life. Through extensive research, academic grit and personal entrepreneurial experiences, the authors effectively built interweaving bridges between these two worlds. The book is not just helpful with its exercises and framework but is also a lot of fun to read.
A very well-researched book with amazing examples of the entrepreneurial mindset from all over the world. To complete the learning process, the book also suggests exercises at the end of each chapter. Aspiring entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds will find this a very practical guide to understand the fundamentals of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship has become a source of hope of millions of youth in the emerging and developing economies. Entrepreneurship has enabled people to create new ventures with the least amount of resources and solve emerging problems and needs. A textbook on entrepreneurship in the emerging and developing economies was long awaited. I hope that this book will be a great resource for faculty and students.
Teaching entrepreneurship requires a fine blend of theory and practice, with relevant case studies that could create interest among learners. I am glad to find all these in this textbook which adds to the existing knowledge, more so from the perspectives of developing economies. The book not only covers ‘the practices of entrepreneurship’ and ‘enterprise design’ but also does justice to the relatively newer critical issues related to ‘start-up enterprise management’. I hope both students and educators will find it immensely useful.