Teaching Entrepreneurship with Different Methodologies
The aim of the paper is to prove the usefulness of practice-oriented teaching methods in entrepreneurship skills and programs at Bachelor and Master level in the newly joined EU countries. The paper put this question in historical context, since entrepreneurship as a special form of firms is quite a new form in the Central-Eastern European countries. The historical legacy of these countries pushed the talented and agile workforce into the informal, irregular economy, which is the reason why the teachers and the lecturers were challenged after the change of the regime. This backwardness started to eliminate the obstacles and the barriers in front of the practice-oriented teaching methods.