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Spring 2021


Dr. Per Bylund: 

 

EEE 2083 Entrepreneurship and Society

T R 3:00 - 4:15 PM

Main Campus, Room TBD


Explores the reciprocal relationships between entrepreneurs and society (locally, nationally, and globally) in both historic and contemporary settings, through the lens of ideas, events, and fine arts (incorporating literature, film, and nationally-acclaimed guest lecturers). This will be an interactive course to help students learn about entrepreneurship and the ways in which it shapes society and their lives. Students will learn how vibrant economies and human prosperity are fueled by entrepreneurial thinking and behavior.

 

EEE 6213 Entrepreneurship: Theory & History

R 10:30 AM - 1:45 PM

Main Campus, Room TBD


Survey of the existing conceptual, theoretical, and practical links between entrepreneurship and other disciplines. Exploration of opportunities for cutting edge research on the boundaries of entrepreneurship and other disciplines.

 

 

Drs. Steve Trost and Per Bylund:

 

EEE 4010 Entrepreneurial Value Creation in Society: Honors (must be an honors student to enroll in this course)

F 9:30 - 10:20 AM (Section 1)

F 10:30 - 11:20 AM (Section 2)

Main Campus, Room TBD


This 1-hour honors seminar presents an intellectual framework for understanding the economic and ethical implications of the forces that promote or hinder the creation of value in society. In particular, students will engage in readings, discussions, and periodic interactions with guest lecturers, related to topics such as: individual liberty and responsibility, economic freedom, fairness and equality, scarcity and property rights, intellectual property, competition and anti-competition, cronyism and despotism, and globalization and free trade. The aforementioned topics will be examined and discussed within the context of governments, institutions, business entities, and consumers, and their collective impact on innovation, entrepreneurship, and advances in societal well-being. This seminar should be of interest to students from diverse majors and backgrounds.

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