Can entrepreneurship be taught or is it an inherent trait? Matthew McCaffrey joins Tom to discuss it in today’s episode.
About the Guest
Matthew McCaffrey is Lecturer in Enterprise at the University of Manchester.
“Bridging the Gap between Entrepreneurship Teaching and Economics” by Matthew McCaffrey
“A Theory of Political Entrepreneurship” by Matthew McCaffrey and Joseph Salerno
“Can Entrepreneurship Be Taught?” by Peter G. Klein and J. Bruce Bullock
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