Entrepreneurship education holds the potential to mitigate unemployment and boost prosperity, yet emotions, one of its sources of strength, remain underutilized. There is a strong consensus that emotions are tightly linked to learning processes, and vice versa. Across entrepreneurship education, the role of emotions as learning drivers is acknowledged but barely exploited. Following a systematic and reflective approach, the primary goal of this article is to examine the state of the art of the empirical evidence that touches upon the subject of entrepreneurship education and emotions.
Pérez, V.; Kansikas, J. (2019): Emotions and Entrepreneurship Education: State of the Art and Future Research Agenda, in: IfM Bonn: Working Paper 02/19, Bonn.