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“Entrepreneurship Education” Research Group
Welcome to our research group! We are part of the department of “Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management” in faculty VII, Economics and Management.
Our team has a research interest in any insights into how best to “prepare [an individual participant] for the all-embracing entrepreneurial role in newly founded, small and medium sized firms” (Klandt, 1994, p. 35). It is our vision to contribute to a continuous improvement of the education of future entre- (and intra-)preneurs.
Our research thus looks at educational influences, educational intentions and designs, as well as at educational performance of entrepreneurship education on a national, cross-national and international level.
Interested in what we do? Examples of our current research topics include the following:
- Market expectations for start-ups at pre-seed stage
- The (different) requirements of preparing entrepreneurs for Sustainable Venturing
- New educational intentions and corresponding educational designs
- The role of self-reflection in entrepreneurship education
- The relationship between entrepreneurship education and the lecturer’s entrepreneurial intentions analysed from an organisational and teaching perspective
- The role of the entrepreneurship educator
- Enhancing self-reflection and learning among Entrepreneurship students
- Learning in Entrepreneurship Educational Ecosystems
- The new Danish Study Activity Model applied to Entrepreneurship Education
- Intra- or entrepreneurial intention in short international projects
- National and international trends in quality management in higher education
Dr. Susanne Perner (née Steiner) 
Susanne’s research wraps around entrepreneurial phenomena in
theory and practice, with a focus on the implications for educating
future intra- and entrepreneurs.
Linked-In profile: www.linkedin.com/in/dr-susanne-perner-née-steiner-213a89 
Birgitte Wraae 
Birgitte Wraae (M.Sc. Econ) is PhD student at TU Berlin, Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management and Associate Professor at University College Lillebælt, Denmark. She has been teaching both business and non-business students in entrepreneurship since 2010. In 2012, she was awarded with the Fellowship of the European Entrepreneurial Educational Programme by their committee (chaired by Prof. Paul Hannon).
Birgitte’s research focuses on Entrepreneurship Education; entrepreneurial learning approaches/didactic, the relationship between student and educator and educational processes. Also, Entrepreneurship Education Ecosystems; the learning of involved stakeholders.
Linked-In profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/birgitte-wraae-bb413715/ 
- Written the paper "Self-Reflectiveness Among Entrepreneurship Students" in collaboration with Christa Tigerstedt, Åbo University, Finland. First version presented at 12th European Conference on innovation and Entrepreneurship in Paris, September 2017
- Written the paper "Introducing Student Self-assessment as a New Assessment Tool in EE" in collaboration with Christa Tigerstedt, Åbo University, Finland, and Professor Jan Kratzer, TU Berlin. Accepted by Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice
- Finalist for the 3rd Innovation and Entrepreneurship Teaching Excellence Awards at the 12th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Paris, September 2017 with the paper: “How to Create Entrepreneurial Thinking among Non-Business Students in Ten Weeks”. Published in the book: Innovation & Entrepreneurship Teaching Excellence Awards 2017. An Anthology of Case Stories. Edited by Dr. Dan Remenyi.
- Winner of the poster award at the 12th European Conference on Innovation and Entrepreneurship with the poster: “Video-Clip Talk in Entrepreneurship Education – A Tool for Deeper Learning and Effective Qualitative Assessment” in collaboration with Christa Tigerstedt, Åbo University, Finland.
- Presented two emerging research projects in entrepreneurship education at USASBE conference in Los Angeles 2018
Written the paper “Entrepreneurial Learning in higher education through ecosystems” in collaboration with Jacob Thomsen, Lillebaelt Academy
University of Applied Sciences, Denmark. First version to be presented at the UIIN conference in London, June 2018.