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Please use the vocabulary list below to search the library catalog, through the keyword function, to identify materials relevant to this course.
- Small business Management
- Business plan creation
- Competitive business environment
- Strategic Management
- Managing Cash Flow
- Entrepreneurial ventures
- Pricing and Credit Strategies
- Global Marketing Strategies
- Supply Chain Management
- Risk Management Strategies
This course aims to provide students with a broad understanding of the field of entrepreneurship from both a theoretical and practical perspective. Although there are many definitions of entrepreneurship, essentially it is a way of thinking, reasoning and acting that is focused on identifying opportunities and then marshaling the necessary resources to take advantage of those opportunities. Drawing on ideas from sociology, psychology and economics we will discuss issues having to do with new business creation, intrapreneurship, organizational change, and factors that may foster/hinder entrepreneurship.
Library of Congress Classes and Subclasses
Please use the call number below to search the library catalog, through the Call Number function, to browse the library collection listing materials relevant to this course.
- HB615-715: Entrepreneurship. Risk and uncertainty.
- HD28-9999: Industries. Land use. Labor
- HD28-70: Management. Industrial management
- HD62.2-62.8: Management of special enterprises
- HD2340.8-2346.5 Small and medium-sized businesses, artisans,
- HF5410-5417.5: Marketing. Distribution of products
- HG1641-1643 Bank loans. Bank credit. Commercial loans