IBES2310 Entrepreneurship Research (5 op)
Theories on entrepreneurship will be approached on multiple levels and from diverse multidisciplinary perspectives, with the aim of painting a broad picture of conceptual thinking in the field of entrepreneurship. A variety of theoretical viewpoints will be seen as having high practical value, in relation to the day-today challenges faced in the field of entrepreneurship, and also in terms of developing ethically sound and sustainable business practices and innovations.
On successful completion of the course, the students will be able to:
- appreciate the theoretical variety, complexity, and multidisciplinary nature of theories on entrepreneurship
- have developed a deep and rich conceptual framework to support their own thinking on entrepreneurship, as a phenomenon that emphasizes thinking, action, and opportunity obsession
- be able to justify their own theoretical thinking, through classical viewpoints and by applying the most recent lines of research streams.
- be able to think and act entrepreneurially
Collection of literature and articles will be announced at the beginning of the class.