Contribuições de Múltiplas Nacionalidades em Prol da Educação em Empreendedorismo

Edmilson de Oliveira Lima, Júlio Araújo Carneiro da Cunha, Vânia Maria Jorge Nassif

Resumo


O objetivo deste editorial é fazer a introdução da edição especial sobre educação em empreendedorismo (EE) da Revista de Empreendedorismo e Gestão de Pequenas Empresas (REGEPE). Para tanto, aqui se faz uma breve contextualização, levantam-se considerações sobre o tema, sintetizam-se os principais motivos de rejeição dos artigos não incluídos na edição e destacam-se contribuições dos artigos nela publicados, a fim de impulsionar o aperfeiçoamento da pesquisa sobre o tema no Brasil. A chamada da edição desafiou os pesquisadores a apresentarem diferentes visões, teorias e práticas de EE, a partir do estudo de questões críticas, como necessidades de conhecimento e diferenciação frente à educação tradicional.


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Educação Empreendedora; Empreendedor; Empreendedorismo

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