ENT 8111 2020 SEMI  Entrepreneurship in Practice 2020 SEMI

The purpose with this  course is to introduce a number of relevant and useful research perspectives within the entrepreneurship field. Research within Business Administration is characterized by broad connections to other disciplines. This is also the case for research on entrepreneurship where influences emanate from all functional areas within Business Administration, i.e. marketing, management, accounting and finance. Furthermore, entrepreneurship as a research field has clear links to other fields within social science, e.g. Social and Economic Geography, Economics, Psychology, Sociology and Political Science. One additional aspect is that development processes in the public sector as well as within large established companies today strongly is focusing entrepreneurship and innovation processes