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Entrepreneurship and Business Creation

Code 13967
Year 1
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 7,5
Workload TP(30H)
Scientific area Management
Entry requirements No requirements.
Mode of delivery face to face
Work placements no
Learning outcomes The Entrepreneurship and Business Creation curricular unit has as objectives:
i) Understand and analyse the main concepts, theories and approaches of entrepreneurship;
ii) Identify and characterize the various factors (internal and external) that affect the entrepreneurial process.
It is intended that students acquire the following skills: knowledge of the main theories of entrepreneurship, show critical and communication skills, reveal autonomy and ability to articulate and analyze the different concepts, contexts and tools to support and analyze in terms of theoretical, methodological and empirical consistency.
Syllabus Módulo I – Strategic Entrepreneurship
Módulo II – Digital and Family Entrepreneurship
Módulo III - Institutional entrepreneurship
Módulo IV - Entrepreneurial finance
Módulo V - Entrepreneurship Education
Main Bibliography Abdelsalam, R., Al-Haddad, S., & Zeqiri, J. (2020). Influence of work–family conflict on the emergence of nascent mumpreneurs community in Jordan. Journal of Enterprising Communities, 15(3), 414–431.
Acs, Z. J., Autio, E., & Szerb, L. (2014). National Systems of Entrepreneurship: Measurement issues and policy implications. Research Policy, 43(3), 476–494.
Fayolle, A., & Gailly, B. (2015). The Impact of Entrepreneurship Education on Entrepreneurial Attitudes and Intention: Hysteresis and Persistence. Journal of Small Business Management, 53(1), 75–93.
Da Rin, M., & Hellmann, T. (2020). Fundamentals of Entrepreneurial Finance, Oxford University, Press New York, NY.
Grégoire, DA., Binder, JK., & Rauch, A. (2019). Navigating the validity tradeoffs of entrepreneurship research experiments: A systematic review and best-practice suggestions. Journal of Business Venturing, 34(2), 284-310.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria The classes are theoretical and practical with particular emphasis on research activities, organization and study conducted by the student. The classes are organized by combining two complementary teaching techniques: (i) presentation and discussion classes (they are supported by slides and also for articles and/or chapters of books used to motivate the discussion, as well as other support material available through the platform Moodle); (ii) lessons and guided practice are oriented towards the achievement of individual research work.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2023-11-22

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