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2021-2022 Catalog

ECON 339 The Foundations of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

This seminar explores business entrepreneurship as foundational in an economy's transformation, growth and development. Its analytical underlay is that entrepreneurship, whether redistributive or productive, converts ideas into economic opportunities, "assetizing" and commoditizing their intellectual properties and property rights into economic prices and tradable values through market exchange, which in turn drives and guides innovation and change and flexibility and dynamism in an economy. The focus will be on the institutional framework, environment, and analytical processes that enable business entrepreneurship.

Cross Listed Courses

PSTD 339

Prerequisite

ECON 251

Instructor

Hutchinson