ECON 280 - Econ of Entrepreneurship I

Description
A study of the economic role and principles of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is a combinat- ion of many disciplines including law, business theory, history, psychology, political science, economics, and in many instances, just plain intuition. Topics covered include the development of various business models, the economic impact of antitrust laws, the social and economic implicat- ions of "globalization," the psychology of management, and an analysis of some current buzz- words such as the "new economy" and "e-commerce". Students are exposed to the disparate requirements of taking an idea (not necessarily their own) and creating an economically viable enterprise that can sustain itself. Prerequisite: ECON*100 and/or ECON*101. Distribution Requirements: QR, SB.
Credits
4
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018
Offered
MWF
Avg. Class Size
25
Avg. Sections
1