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Martin Mulder
Martin Mulder
Em. Professor of Education, Wageningen University
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The concept of competence in the development of vocational education and training in selected EU member states: a critical analysis
M Mulder, T Weigel, K Collins
Journal of Vocational Education & Training 59 (1), 67-88, 2007
1042*2007
The impact of entrepreneurship education: A study of Iranian students' entrepreneurial intentions and opportunity identification
S Karimi, HJA Biemans, T Lans, M Chizari, M Mulder
Journal of small business management 54 (1), 187-209, 2016
7492016
Teaching and learning in interdisciplinary higher education: A systematic review
EJH Spelt, HJA Biemans, H Tobi, PA Luning, M Mulder
Educational Psychology Review 21, 365-378, 2009
6772009
Competence-based VET in the Netherlands: Background and pitfalls
H Biemans, L Nieuwenhuis, R Poell, M Mulder, R Wesselink
Journal of vocational education and training 56 (4), 523-538, 2004
6182004
Conceptions of professional competence
M Mulder
International handbook of research in professional and practice-based …, 2014
5122014
Determining factors of the use of e-learning environments by university teachers
H Mahdizadeh, H Biemans, M Mulder
Computers & education 51 (1), 142-154, 2008
5082008
Competence-the essence and use of the concept in ICVT
M Mulder
European Journal of Vocational Training 40, 5-22, 2007
458*2007
Identification of competencies for professionals in open innovation teams
E Chatenier, JAAM Verstegen, HJA Biemans, M Mulder, OSWF Omta
R&d Management 40 (3), 271-280, 2010
4072010
Argumentation-based computer supported collaborative learning (ABCSCL): A synthesis of 15 years of research
O Noroozi, A Weinberger, HJA Biemans, M Mulder, M Chizari
Educational Research Review 7 (2), 79-106, 2012
4042012
The new competence concept in higher education: error or enrichment?
M Mulder, J Gulikers, H Biemans, R Wesselink
Journal of European Industrial Training, 2009
3752009
Individual competencies for corporate social responsibility: A literature and practice perspective
ER Osagie, R Wesselink, V Blok, T Lans, M Mulder
Journal of business ethics 135, 233-252, 2016
2822016
Multicultural student group work in higher education: An explorative case study on challenges as perceived by students
V Popov, D Brinkman, HJA Biemans, M Mulder, A Kuznetsov, O Noroozi
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 36 (2), 302-317, 2012
2772012
Testing the relationship between personality characteristics, contextual factors and entrepreneurial intentions in a developing country
S Karimi, HJA Biemans, K Naderi Mahdei, T Lans, M Chizari, M Mulder
International Journal of Psychology 52 (3), 227-240, 2017
2662017
Entrepreneurship education and training in a small business context: Insights from the competence-based approach
T Lans, W Hulsink, H Baert, M Mulder
Journal of Enterprising Culture 16 (04), 363-383, 2008
2462008
Effects of role models and gender on students’ entrepreneurial intentions
S Karimi, H JA Biemans, T Lans, M Chizari, M Mulder
European Journal of Training and Development 38 (8), 694-727, 2014
2402014
Understanding role models and gender influences on entrepreneurial intentions among college students
S Karimi, HJA Biemans, T Lans, M Chizari, M Mulder, KN Mahdei
Procedia-social and behavioral sciences 93, 204-214, 2013
2332013
Competence development‐some background thoughts
M Mulder
The journal of agricultural education and extension 7 (4), 147-158, 2001
2332001
Competence-based vocational and professional education
M Mulder
Springer, 2017
2282017
Facilitating argumentative knowledge construction through a transactive discussion script in CSCL
O Noroozi, A Weinberger, HJA Biemans, M Mulder, M Chizari
Computers & Education 61, 59-76, 2013
2282013
The challenges of collaborative knowledge creation in open innovation teams
E Du Chatenier, JAAM Verstegen, HJA Biemans, M Mulder, O Omta
Human Resource Development Review 8 (3), 350-381, 2009
2152009
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