ERIC Number: ED289970
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987
Reference Count: N/A
Recharging the American Dream. Proceedings of the Annual National Entrepreneurship Education Forum (5th, Washington, D.C., June 24-26, 1987).
Bebris, John M., Ed.
Among the papers presented at this conference are the following: "Keynote Address," (Parish); "Small Business in the Year 2000," (Lichtenstein); "Making America Work Again," (Rennie); "U.S./Canadian Free Trade Negotiations," (Swed); "Ethical Considerations for Entrepreneurs and the Need for Preparing Entrepreneurs for Disappointment," (Lipper); "Closing Address," (Feingold); "We Make Money the Old-Fashioned Way: We Learn to Earn," (Booker); "Tradition Education--'FOR SALE'," (Aldous, Jacquet); "Experience in Enterprise," (Rochon, et al.); "Influence of Risk-Taking as a Cognitive Judgmental Behavior of Small Business Success," (Peacock); "Educating the Innovators: The CAMM Concept," (Good); "National Network Provides Model Programs To Foster Small Business Skills for Women and Minorities: A Panel Report," (VanBallenberghe; Etu); "Developing High School Entrepreneurs: A University/Vocational Educational Experiment," (Kerr, Nelson); "Improve Your Chances of Success: Program for Planning and Developing a Small Business," (Bendickson); "Field Tested Foundation for Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs," (Hamilton); "Teaching Small Business Management: Using Team-Teaching and Multiple Teaching Strategies," (Names); "Joining the Mainstream: A Training Program for Minority Entrepreneurs," (Donald, Atiba, Davis); "Building Teams for Success in Entrepreneurship Education," (Rago, McMullen); Abstract of "Pooling Your Local Resources to Develop a Business Assistance Center," (Terminello, Renz); "CEO Academy: An Educational Enterprise for Entrepreneurs," (Zibbel, Stevenson-Pope);"Economics of Business Education," (Mahr); "Meeting Business Training Needs in Partnership with a Business Incubator," (Galloway, Ashenbrenner); "Rural Economic Development in Action," (Larsen, Farmer); "Potpourri: Innovation in Entrepreneurship," (Price); "Entreprenomics--California Gold," (Medina); "Statewide Business Assistance Networking through Local Community and Branch College," (Grissom); "Best for Employment," (Gregor, Schweller, Martin); "Y.E.S.--Youth Entrepreneurial Seminars," (Huebner, Rosemeier); "It's Nobody's Business but Your Own!" (Sims, Bowen); "Entrepreneurship Education: It's on the Rise," (Kluckman); "Community and Worker Owned Businesses: An Alternative to Business as Usual," (Hare); "Perspectives on Entrepreneurship," (Sutton); "Entrepreneurship Education Curriculum: A Task Analysis Approach," (Miller, Williams); and "Nebraska Small Business Development" (Targoff, Christensen, Bebris). (MN)
Descriptors: Business Education, Cooperative Planning, Curriculum Development, Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Linking Agents, Networks, Postsecondary Education, Program Development, Program Implementation, Rural Education, School Business Relationship, Secondary Education, Shared Resources and Services, Small Businesses, Statewide Planning, Youth Employment
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Research; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Small Business Administration, Washington, DC.; National Entrepreneurship Education Consortium.
Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus. National Center for Research in Vocational Education.
Note: Also sponsored by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.