Abstract

An extraordinary proliferation of entrepreneurship and small business courses and programs was and still is underway in colleges and universities worldwide. The 28 published articles and chapters cited below are but a sampling of the scholarly writing about the “revolution” that entrepreneurship education has educed in academic institutions (Ahiarah, 1989, Anslem, 1993, Blenker, et al, 2003, Block & Stumpf, 1992, Brockhaus, 1993, Brush et al, 1995, Carland & Carland, 1997, Carroll, 1993, Charney & Libecap, 2000,Donkels, 1991, Garavan & O’Cinneide, 1994, Gartner & Vesper 1994, Gibb, 1993, Hills, 1988, Hisrich, 1992, Katz, 2003, Katz & Green, 1996, Kuratko 2003, Meyer, 2001, Plaska & Welsch, 1990, Porter, 1994, Robinson & Hayes ,1991, Shepherd & Douglas, 1997, Solomon et al, 2002, Solomon & Winslow, 1998, Solomon et al, 1994 Solomon & Fernald, 1993, Solomon & Fernald, 1991, Vesper & Gartner 1997, Vesper, 1993).