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Trends in the market for entrepreneurship faculty from 1989-2005
Journal of Entrepreneurship Education (2007)
  • Todd A Finkle, Gonzaga University
Abstract
Despite the desperate financial disposition at universities today, entrepreneurship education continues to play a vital role at universities and colleges throughout the world. Increased competition from companies, international schools, the Internet, and a decrease in the number of foreigners applying to graduate schools has not stopped universities from building their entrepreneurship programs. This article will show that there is still a strong demand for entrepreneurship faculty. Despite a slowdown in the market over the past few years, the current market for entrepreneurship faculty remains optimistic with demand outpacing supply.
Keywords
  • Entrepreneurship,
  • Higher Education,
  • International,
  • Faculty,
  • Entrepreneurship Education,
  • TRENDS,
  • Global,
  • Jobs,
  • Job Opportunities,
  • Universities,
  • Colleges,
  • Non-Tenure Track Faculty,
  • Adjunct/Contingent Faculty,
  • Entrepreneurship Trends,
  • Tenure Track Jobs,
  • Entrepreneurship Faculty,
  • Entrepreneurship Jobs,
  • Startups,
  • Startup
Publication Date
2007
Citation Information
Todd A Finkle. "Trends in the market for entrepreneurship faculty from 1989-2005" Journal of Entrepreneurship Education Vol. 10 (2007) p. 1 - 25
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/todd_finkle/31/