- Cours (CM) 20h
- Cours intégrés (CI) -
- Travaux dirigés (TD) -
- Travaux pratiques (TP) -
- Travail étudiant (TE) 85h
Langue de l'enseignement : Anglais
Niveau de l'enseignement : B2-Avancé - Utilisateur indépendant
Description du contenu de l'enseignement
This class is an introductory course in Entrepreneurship. The purpose of this course is to study entrepreneurship from multiple domain perspectives by showing the most critical questions and challenges that entrepreneurship raises for economics, sociology, history, politics, and management. It should be clear that this course is not about ‘how to create a company’. It is a course that aims at understanding the entrepreneurship phenomenon in its different complex aspects. It may help both people willing to start their own company and people willing to work in institutions or arenas that deal with entrepreneurship such as for instance public regional bodies or venture capital companies.
Compétences à acquérir
- Theoretical understanding of the factors and variables that might affect the creation of new firms
- Awareness of the impact of entrepreneurship for both the economy and the entrepreneurs themselves.
- Awareness of the interest of entrepreneurship for many actors such as managers of established companies, political decision makers or bankers.
Bibliographie, lectures recommandées
- R. Baron and S. Shane, ‘Entrepreneurship: A process perspective’, (2008), Thomson South Western.
- S. Shane, ‘A general theory of entrepreneurship’, (2003), Edward Elgar.
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