ECON 4730 ECONOMICS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP (3 credits)
This course will review economic theories of entrepreneurship with special emphasis on Schumpeter's theory of creative destruction. The main focus of the seminar will be on the "high-level" entrepreneurship that sometimes results in major innovations. This course will address the societal benefits of entrepreneurship, factors influencing entrepreneurial success, the policies that best encourage entrepreneurship, and how firms can survive and prosper in an entrepreneurial environment. (Cross-listed with ECON 8736, BSAD 8736).
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): ECON 2200 or permission of the instructor for all students