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Initiative for Entrepreneurship Education with Multimedia Storytelling

As an FWF-funded Erwin Schrödinger Fellower Dr. Katharina Fellnhofer put a lot of effort in disseminating entrepreneurship as an attractive career path within her habilitation project entitled „E-Ship-Stories Initiative for Entrepreneurship Education“ at the Lappeenranta University of Technology in Finland.

The E-Ship-Stories project explored the impact of entrepreneurial multimedia stories as an effective toolkit in entrepreneurship education via following publications:

Fellnhofer, K. (2018): Toward a Taxonomy of Entrepreneurship Education Research Literature: A Bibliometric Mapping and Visualization Educational Research Review, (in press).

Fellnhofer, K. (2018): Narratives boost entrepreneurial attitudes: Making an entrepreneurial career attractive, European Journal of Education, (in press). (Open Access article)

Fellnhofer, K.; Müller, S. (2018): I want to be like you!: The influence of role models on entrepreneurial intention, Journal of Enterprising Culture, 26(2), 113-153.

Fellnhofer, K. (2017): The Power of Passion in Entrepreneurship Education: Is the Passion of Entrepreneurial Role Models Contagious?, Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 20(1), 69-98. (Open Access Paper)

Fellnhofer, K. (2017): Entrepreneurship education revisited – perceived entrepreneurial role models increase perceived behavioral control, International Journal of Learning and Change, 9(3), 260-283. (Open Access Paper)

Fellnhofer K. (2017): A framework for a teaching toolkit in entrepreneurship education, International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Lifelong Learning, 27(3), 246-261. (Accepted Manuscript – Open Access Paper)

Fellnhofer K./Kaisu Puumalainen (2017): Can role models boost entrepreneurial attitudes, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, 21(3), 274-290. (Open Access Article)

Fellnhofer K./Kaisu Puumalainen (2017): Can role models boost entrepreneurial attitudes, International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, 21(3), 274-290. (Open Access Article)

We would like to thank the Austrian Science Fund FWF [J3740] for promoting this research project.

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