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Business School Curriculum

Business School Curriculum Introduction

 The materials in this part, including the textbooks referenced, [1] focus on the legal dimensions of entrepreneurship, as broadly defined by Harvard Business School Professor Howard Stevenson: “Entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity without regard to the resources currently controlled.”  Thus, the materials are relevant not just to founders and financiers of start-ups but also managers of medium and large enterprises. Even the largest companies have to constantly review their value propositions and adjust to changing market conditions.

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