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So far Karsten Aust has created 14 blog entries.

Female Entrepreneurship in Norway – Development, barriers and opportunities

The report looks at the development of woman entrepreneurship in Norway and the [...]

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Female Entrepreneurship in the Nordics 2020 – A comparative study

Female Entrepreneurship in the Nordics 2020 analyses the reasons behind the low level [...]

Advantages of Hybrid Organising in Social Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Norway

Hybrid organising within the context of social entrepreneurship is on the rise. At [...]

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Implementing public procurement of innovations in an organization: lessons from Norway

The purpose of this paper is to explore the drivers, enablers, barriers, key [...]

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Social inequalities, social trust and civic participation — the case of Norway

Comparative studies have generally demonstrated high levels of social capital in the Scandinavian [...]

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Social entrepreneurship in the Baltic and Nordic countries. Would the variety of existing legal forms do more for the impact on sustainable development?

This study evaluates the current situation and identify best practices in the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia, [...]

Entrepreneurship education: motivation and effort for pupils with special needs in Norwegian compulsory school

Pupil enterprises are a widespread type of entrepreneurship education. In this working method, [...]

Hubro Education – Business simulations

Simulations are the ultimate way to tie theory and practice together. Hubro Education [...]

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Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education

This report presents the results from the project "Innovation Cluster for Entrepreneurship Education", [...]

Gender and self-employment: the role of mini-companies

The aim of this publication was to evaluate to what degree participation in mini-companies impact [...]