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Publications

DeJaeghere, J. (2016). Girls’ educational aspirations and agency: Imagining alternative futures through schooling in low-resourced Tanzanian communities. Critical Studies in Education.

DeJaeghere, J., Pellowski Wiger, N., & Willemsen, L. (2016). Broadening Educational outcomes: Social relations, skills development and employability for youth. Comparative Education Review, 60(3), 457-479.

Pellowski Wiger, N., Chapman, D.W., Baxter, A., & DeJaeghere, J. (2015). Context matters: A model of the factors associated with the effectiveness of youth entrepreneurship training. Prospects, 45(4), 533-547.

Lefebvre, B., Pekol, A., & Krause, B. (2015). I would like to live a better life: How young mothers in East Africa experience entrepreneurship education. Reconsidering Development, 3(1).

Krause, B.L., Seitz McCarthy, A., & Chapman, D. (2016). Fueling financial literacy: Estimating the impact of youth entrepreneurship training in Tanzania. Journal of Development Effectiveness, 8(2), 234-256.

DeJaeghere, J., & Baxter, A. (2014). Entrepreneurship education for youth in sub-Saharan Africa: A capabilities approach as an alternative framework to neoliberalism’s individualizing risks. Progress in Development Studies, 14(1), 61-76.

DeJaeghere, J. (2014). Encountering friction between liberal and neoliberal discourses of citizenship: A non-governmental organization’s entrepreneurship education in Tanzania. Education, Citizenship and Social Justice, 9(3), 226-238.

Krause, B. L., Chapman, D., & DeJaeghere, J. (2013). High aspirations, limited capabilities, challenging context: An empirical look at a youth entrepreneurship training program in a low income setting. World Studies in Education, 14(2).

DeJaeghere, J. (2013). Education, skills and citizenship: An emergent model for entrepreneurship in Tanzania. Comparative Education, 49(4), 503-519.

Baxter, A., Chapman, D. W., DeJaeghere, J., Pekol, A. R., & Weiss, T. (2013). Youth entrepreneurship education and training for poverty alleviation: A review of international literature and local experiences. International Perspectives on Education and Society, 23, 33-58.

DeJaeghere, J., & Baxter, A. (2014). Entrepreneurship education for youth in sub-Saharan Africa: A capabilities approach as an alternative framework to neoliberalism’s individualizing risks. Progress in Development Studies, 14(1), 61-76.

Krause, B. L., Chapman, D., & DeJaeghere, J. (2014 forthcoming). High aspirations, limited capabilities, challenging context: An empirical look at a youth entrepreneurship training program in a low income setting. World Studies in Education, 14(2).

Krause, B. L., Seitz McCarthy, A., & Chapman, D. (paper to be submitted). Moving beyond ‘faint evidence’: Establishing the impact of entrepreneurship training in a field setting.

DeJaeghere, J. (accepted, 2014). Friction between liberal and neoliberal discourses of citizenship: An NGO entrepreneurship education program for marginalized youth in Tanzania. Citizenship, Education and Social Justice.

Lefebvre, B., Pekol, A., & Krause, B. (submitted). “I would like to live a better life”: How young mothers experience entrepreneurship education in East Africa. Submitted to International Journal for Educational Development.

DeJaeghere, J. (2013). Education, skills and citizenship: An emergent model for entrepreneurship in Tanzania. Comparative Education, 49(4), 503-519.

Baxter, A., Chapman, D. W., DeJaeghere, J., Pekol, A. R., & Weiss, T. (2013). Youth Entrepreneurship Education and Training for Poverty Alleviation: A Review of International Literature and Local Experiences. International Perspectives on Education and Society, 23, 33-58.

Baxter A., Chapman D. W., DeJaeghere J., Pekol A. R., Weiss T. (2013). Youth entrepreneurship education and training for poverty alleviation: A review of international literature and local experiences. In A. Wiseman (Ed.), International educational innovation and public sector entrepreneurship, international perspectives on education and society, 23 (pp. 33-58). doi: 10.1108/S1479-3679(2013)0000023010

Revised November 18, 2016

Contact

Nancy Pellowski Wiger
Deputy Director
612-626-5118
pell0097@umn.edu