Phd Candidate – Entrepreneurship
“ My research interest is on the multiple aspects of entrepreneurship education, from the conditions required to foster and nurture entrepreneurial intentions and behaviors to the impact it can have on organizations and their social context. My research work greatly influenced by my professional background as a consultant for international organizations (UNESCO, OECD) on projects focusing on technical vocational education and training and local entrepreneurship support systems
- Tixier, J., Loi, M., Le Pontois, S., Tavakoli, M, Fayolle, A. (2018). Entrepreneurship Education Effectiveness: What we can learn from education and organizational studies in International Enterprise and Education: Perspectives on theory and practice, publisher: Routledge
Entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurial intentions, entrepreneurial programs assessment.