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From craft to science: teaching models and learning processes in entrepreneurship education

Bibliographic reference Gailly, Benoît ; Fayolle, Alain. From craft to science: teaching models and learning processes in entrepreneurship education. In: Journal of European Industrial Training : a journal for HRD specialists, Vol. 32, no. 7, p. 569-593 (2008)
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