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2018 - 2019 Graduate Catalog 
    
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ECON 631 - Institutions and Entrepreneurial Decision-Making

Credits: (3)
Prerequisites: MBA Status or permission of the instructor
Entrepreneurship is the product of cultural boundaries and institutional limitations that define the scale and scope of risk-taking and individual incentives to engage in creative activity. Small changes to institutional environments can produce dramatic changes in the nature and direction of innovation and entrepreneurship. This course assesses and analyzes the conditions that direct the emergence of entrepreneurial and innovative discoveries both at the macro (governmental) level and at the micro (firm) level.



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