Chapter 1: Theoretical background of entrepreneurship
Section 1.1 Entrepreneurship
Section 1.2 Innovation
Section 1.3 Sustainable entrepreneurship
Section 1.4 Characteristics of small businesses
Section 1.4.1 Quantitative characteristics
Section 1.4.2 Qualitative characteristics
Section 1.5 Stages in the development of small businesses (life cycle of the firm)
Section 1.5.1 Protection of the start-up firm
Section 1.5.2 Exit strategies
Section 1.6 Different types of entrepreneurs
Section 1.7 Different roles of the entrepreneur
Section 1.8 Entrepreneurial competences
Section 1.9 Entrepreneurial motivation
Section 1.10 Entrepreneurial behavior
Section 1.11 Small business finance
Chapter 2: Entrepreneurship Education
Section 2.1 Three approaches in entrepreneurship education
Section 2.2 Different teaching forms of entrepreneurship education
Section 2.3 Different teaching materials for entrepreneurship education
Section 2.4 The consistency between the teaching approaches in, the teaching forms of and the teaching materials for entrepreneurship education
Chapter 3: Cases with The Entrepreneurial Dilemma in the Development of the Small Firms
Case 1: To protect or not to protect (that is the question)?
Case 2: From nascent entrepreneur to start-up entrepreneur: Capable or not?
Case 3: From early growth to late growth: More (financial) manager or not?
Case 4: From late maturity to decline or to closing down?
Case 5: Scientist or university spin-off?
Case 6: Official green or officious green?
Case 7: Entrepreneurship outside the western world: far away or close?
Case 8: The successor in the family business: first son or second son?
Case 9: Entrepreneurship in the DIY sector: Franchisee or not?
Case 10: Sell the firm to the highest bidder or give it another swing?
Appendix A. The financial plan
Appendix B. Case: The financial plan of Pizza Pete
Appendix C. Business Model Canvas 2018
Appendix D. Lean Startup in a nutshell
Appendix E. Sustainable Entrepreneurship Balanced Scorecard