Purpose – This paper aims to examine some basic pathways to bring issues of public policy into entrepreneurship classes. Design/methodology/approach – The paper looks at policy issues related to taxation, regulation and employment which all offer important topics that can be integrated into a variety of standard entrepreneurship courses. Findings – Integrating policy issues into entrepreneurship classes is important to assist students understand the importance of compliance, to see the linkages to their broader university education, and to help make them more informed citizens. Originality/value – This paper hopes to foster more integration of public policy into both the entrepreneurship classroom and into more traditional streams of entrepreneurship research.
Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 20, 2012
Keywords: Entrepreneurship education; Entrepreneurship curriculum; Tax policy; Regulation; Employment; Business ethics; Business law; Entrepreneurialism
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