Gustav Hägg
Lund University
EpistemologyReflection (computer graphics)Higher educationSociologyBusinessMathematics educationPsychologyMarketingPolitical scienceSystematic reviewPedagogyMentorshipOriginalityAndragogyAction (philosophy)Field (Bourdieu)Experiential learningProcess (engineering)EntrepreneurshipTeaching method
24Publications
5H-index
98Citations
Publications 24
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The purpose of the paper is to theorize how to develop student entrepreneurs' ability to reflect by means of a learning activity called the entrepreneurial diary, which seeks to develop self-regulated learners capable of intelligent entrepreneurial action. The importance of self-regulation in entrepreneurship is linked to the individual's ability to make judgments under conditions of uncertainty, which requires reflective thinking.,The paper builds on a synthesized conceptualization of three mai...
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The purpose of the paper is to build on current discussions about the need for and role of guidance in learning and teaching, as well as to theoretically develop its specifics to further advance our scholarly understanding of how to structure and enhance entrepreneurship education.,The paper takes a synthesizing conceptual approach, built on developmental psychology, instructional science, expertise research as well as the pedagogy–andragogy discussion and the role of guidance in contemporary en...
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#1Jonas GabrielssonH-Index: 20
#2Gustav HäggH-Index: 5
Last. Diamanto PolitisH-Index: 14
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The purpose of the paper is to explore knowledge accumulation in research on pedagogy in entrepreneurship education, with particular attention to how core journal outlets, core topics and core scholarly works have developed over time.,The authors combine a systematic literature review technique and bibliometric analysis to depict the development of this stream of research in the period 1995–2018.,Findings from the analyses suggests that research addressing pedagogy in entrepreneurship education ...
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The aim of this study is to analyse how the study group method aids student entrepreneurs when developing entrepreneurial knowledge through the experiential learning process, and why it is important to stimulate peer learning in an experiential entrepreneurship education context. Due to a more experiential perspective on learning, the environment in which students learn, what students learn and why students learn has changed, which creates new learning arenas that must be understood in order to ...
#1Gustav Hägg (Lund University)H-Index: 5
#2Agnieszka Kurczewska (University of Łódź)H-Index: 7
If experience is the guiding light in entrepreneurship education, then why is there solittle mention of a philosophy of experience? This article aims to illuminate the philosophical foundations upon which entrepreneurship education rests by discussinglearning through experience. In particular, we discuss the concept of experience used in educational research and learning activities for fostering knowledge development in entrepreneurship education. To illustrate our discussion, we develop a diagr...
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Although entrepreneurship education is promoted through an active learning approach, critical concerns regarding how to educate potential entrepreneurs has increased. To remedy this, we pose the question: “Who is the student entrepreneur?” Building on conceptual work from developmental psychology, expertise research, pedagogy, and andragogy, we problematize based on the key characteristics of the emerging adult; a construct originating from developmental psychology. We illustrate an educational ...
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Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to create a better understanding of how entrepreneurial education research has evolved with regard to pedagogy over the past decades. Design/methodology/approach: The authors employed systematic review methodology to enable an in-depth analysis of the literature in a process that was both replicable and transparent. Guided by the research purpose, the systematic review of 395 articles published between January 1980 and December 2018 was influenced by a confi...
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#1Gustav HäggH-Index: 5
I kapitel 4 utforskar Gustav Hagg hur val entreprenorskapsutbildningar fung- erar och varfor vi overhuvudtaget ska satsa pa utbildning i entreprenorskap. Kapitelforfattaren lyfter inledningsvis att entreprenoren ofta associeras med enhor- ningen och att det inte sallan ar framgangsrika individer som lyfts fram. Enligt Hagg ar detta missvisande da entreprenoren kommer i alla mojliga skepnader och finns inom samtliga naringar i samhallet. Fran den enskilda naringsidkaren till tech-entreprenorerna ...
#1Gustav Hägg (Lund University)H-Index: 5
#2Tobias SchölinH-Index: 1
Last. Tobias SchölinH-Index: 4
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to describe and analyze the foundation of higher education policies that have promoted entrepreneurship in Sweden since the mid-1990s. Design/methodology/approach To do this, the authors use Bacchi’s (1999) “What’s the problem?” approach. A central assumption of which is that perceptions of a problem affect how its solution looks. Bacchi’s approach is described as a type of discourse analysis. Findings The authors show that problem definition within policies ...
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#1Jonas Gabrielsson (Halmstad University)H-Index: 20
#2Hans LandströmH-Index: 29
Last. Gustav HäggH-Index: 5
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The growth of entrepreneurship education has played an important role in building up an academic infrastructure for entrepreneurship research. In this chapter we identify exemplary European contrib ...
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