Kåre Moberg, PhD, is working as a senior researcher for the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship - Young Enterprise Denmark.
Kåre Moberg has been working close to policy makers during the last eight years with a specific focus on developing and assessing entrepreneurship education at different levels of the education system. From 2007 to 2011 he worked as a project manager at the Øresund University with developing entrepreneurship education at fourteen universities in Sweden and Denmark. During this period he also engaged in many different projects and where the project leader in a project about social entrepreneurship. Since 2011 he has been working as a researcher at the Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship – Young Enterprise, and in collaboration with Copenhagen Business School he wrote his PhD thesis about how to assess entrepreneurship education – from ABC to PhD. Kåre had also an active role in the EU funded project ASTEE (Assessment tools and indicators for entrepreneurship education), where he developed questionnaires to be used to assess the effects of entrepreneurship education at primary, secondary and tertiary level of education.