International Entrepreneurship research and pedagogy were discussed in a panel dedicated to the topic at the 2017 AIB Northeast Chapter conference that took place October 19-21 in Philadelphia, PA. Some of the themes from the discussion:
- is entrepreneurship taught in a too US-centric way?
- are millennials better equipped to create born globals?
- can international entrepreneurship be taught?
- more research is needed on entrepreneurship in emerging economies
The photo below (courtesy of Paige Bryant) features the four panelists: Donna De Carolis, Drexel University; David Deeds, St. Thomas University; Zahed Subhan, Drexel University; T.L. Hill, Temple University