To study and to reflect critically and comparatively about some specifics of empreendedorisnmo in Culture
Analyze entrepreneurship projects
Evaluate the potential of entrepreneurship in the field of information
Diagnose and design feasible entrepreneurial projects
Weekly - 3 letivas + 1 tutorial
Total - Available soon
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Throsby,D. (2010). Culture of innovation. London: NESTA.
Wiklund, Davidsson, Audretsch & Karlsson, (2011). The Future of Entrepreneurship Research. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 35(1), 19. World Economic Forum Switzerland, (2009).
The seminar will be developed through classroom lessons and independent student work.
The classes will have a theoretical and practical nature, being constituted by moments of theoretical exposition of topics, practical exercises, oral presentations and discussions with the students participation. The students should read the material that is suggested before each class.
The independent student work should complement and deepen the knowledge transmitted in the classroom, promoting independent learning.
The evaluation will be based on the following weighting:
Group work (written presentation) 45%
Working Group (oral presentation) 15%
Comment text (individual) 30%
Participation (individual) 10%
1. A concept?
2. An economic technique?
3. An entrepreneurial attitude?
4. A job prospect?
5. A rereading of economic?
II. ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND CULTURE.
6. Social Sciences and Humanities and entrepreneurship.
7. Science Information and Documentation and entrepreneurship.
8. Archives, Libraries, Museums, Cultural Centers and the Arts.
9. Entrepreneurship in Culture.
III. CONSTITUENTS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP.
10. The cultural capital.
11. The new industries of Culture.
12. Diagnose, communicate, design, evaluate.
13. Culture as a social and economic agent.
14. Opportunities and challenges.
IV. EDUCATING FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP
15. Can you teach entrepreneurship?
16. College Knowledge and entrepreneurship.
17. The best practices of entrepreneurship.
V. JUNIOR ENTERPRISES
18. An example of entrepreneurship.
19. An active vision of internships and training for life.
20. Triangle dynamism University Alumni Organization / Company.
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