Iberoamerican Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 2022-11-28T13:11:05-03:00 Edmundo Inácio Júnior Open Journal Systems IBJESB | Iberoamerican Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business is a iberoamerican scholarly journal in the field of small business and entrepreneurship studies. The journal's aim is to publish original papers, which contribute to the advancement of the field of entrepreneurship. It publishes conceptual and empirical papers mainly for the interest of scholars, consultants, academicians and public policy makers. Entrepreneurship in non-Schumpeterian (or alternative) ways: Effectuation and Bricolage to overcome crises 2022-11-23T14:46:50-03:00 Edmilson de Oliveira Lima <p><strong>Objective:</strong> This essay aims to point out impediments to Schumpeterianism and the potential of the non-Schumpeterian ways regarding effectuation and bricolage to overcome crises. <strong>Methodology/approach:</strong> This is an essay based on the literature available mainly on effectuation and entrepreneurial bricolage as well as on empirical data from semi-structured interviews using qualitative methods. <strong>Main results:</strong> The text argues that the effectuation and bricolage approaches are particularly appropriate and useful for overcoming resource constraints, including their aggravation during crises. With the use of examples and a real empirical case, it constitutes a basis for further studies and dissemination of knowledge and can be useful as an inspiration for a more conscious, disseminated and perfected use of these non-Schumpeterian ways in entrepreneurship. <strong>Theoretical/methodological contributions:</strong> The study offers arguments, a theoretical framework with elements of a literature review and empirical data conducive to new promising research on effectuation and bricolage. <strong>Relevance/originality:</strong> The essay presents promising conceptual relationships and aspects of reality that are frequent and relevant, but not yet explored in national and international studies, in particular because it deals with effectuation and bricolage as ways of overcoming resource limitation and crises in lifestyle entrepreneurship (LE) and social entrepreneurship. <strong>Social/management</strong> <strong>contributions:</strong> Generation of greater awareness regarding the importance and need for research and use of entrepreneurial effectuation and bricolage, providing useful practices for doing a lot with little, overcoming resource limitations and overcoming crises.</p> <p><strong>JEL Code:</strong> L26</p> 2022-11-27T00:00:00-03:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Iberoamerican Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Editorial presentation 2022-11-22T21:19:21-03:00 Rose Mary Almeida Lopes 2022-11-23T00:00:00-03:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Iberoamerican Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business A Vertically Integrated Project (VIP) as a learning experience to foster entrepreneurship education 2022-11-20T19:15:12-03:00 Cristiano Morini Anibal Tavares Azevedo Edmundo Inácio Júnior Edward J. Coyle <p><strong>Purpose</strong>: we aim is to present a learning approach for students to work on a hands-on project that may be applied to different contexts. This experience relates to an initiative to foster entrepreneurial education embedded in economic sustainability based on the best local practices (highest-ranked municipalities) that we find and analyze to solve complex problems in the business environment. <strong>Design/Methodology/Approach</strong>: our approach is to collaborate with policymakers at the municipal level via a research-based project approach called Vertically Integrated Project (VIP). In our VIP, students work with instructors in a long-term effort to identify challenges and opportunities by working with the community to analyze problems, develop solutions (with different techniques and approaches), and monitor their implementation. <strong>Findings</strong>: new learning approaches can engage the students in real-world problem, adding value to their formation and giving back to society the investment they made in the Brazilian public university. <strong>Originality</strong>: this initiative is in tune with the 4th and the 11th sustainable development goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations (UN). <strong>Practical implications</strong>: this study aims to stimulate entrepreneurial education using multidisciplinary and alternative learning approaches. <strong>Social implications</strong>: this approach can deliver SDG-related impact to local communities by linking research-based teaching with community outreach.</p> <p><strong>JEL Code:</strong> L26, M10, H75, I23</p> 2022-11-28T00:00:00-03:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Iberoamerican Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business