Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education

The research project “Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education” ran for three years, from January 2015 to January 2018. In the centre of the project was the mini-company method. Mini-companies combine practical and theoretical learning and stimulate collaboration between school and working life. The largest mini-company scheme is provided by Junior Achievement and their Company Programme… Les mer »

Qualitative case study of mini-company experiences in five European countries. ‘If everything is told to you, it is not learning. You have to figure out something on your own.’

This research report presents empirical findings from the qualitative study in the ICEE project. The study consists of a 15-day field study in five schools in five countries – Belgium, Estonia, Finland, Italy and Latvia. The field study was conducted during the period from March to June 2016. A total of 70 informants were interviewed… Les mer »

Tracing study in Namibia: A survey on entrepreneurship among young adults

The working paper “Tracing study in Namibia: A survey on entrepreneurship among young adults” is empirically oriented. It presents findings from a survey about entrepreneurship among young adults in Namibia. The purpose is to learn about young Namibians experiences with the subject called Entrepreneurship in secondary school, and to learn about their involvement and interest… Les mer »

Evaluation of Entrepreneurship in Education: A project between Junior Achievement Uganda and Junior Achievement – Young Enterprise Norway

This report presents an evaluation of a project with partners Junior Achievement – Young Enterprise Norway (JA-YE Norway) and Junior Achievement Uganda (JAU). The project is called “Entrepreneurship in Education”, and it lasts from 2009 to 2012, and the funding for the project is provided by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad). The main… Les mer »