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    1 LESSON- 1 ENTREPRENEUR AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP Dr. Jyotsna Sethi STRUCTURE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Objectives 1.2 Entrepreneurship as a Career Option 1.3 Concepts and Definitions 1.3.1 Entrepreneur 1.3.2 Entrepreneurship 1.3.3 Enterprise 1.3.4 Difference between Entrepreneur and Entrepreneurship 1.4 Role of Entrepreneurship in Economic Development 1.4.1 Entrepreneurship and Economic Development 1.4.2Entrepreneurship and Education 1.5 Functions

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    ‘Critically evaluate the key theoretical developments of the term Entrepreneurship’. Student Name : Jonalee B. Magtoto Student ID : 1009007374 Matriculation No: 20037830 Date: June 13th 2013 Word Count : 2,091 words Introduction: Entrepreneurship as a lot of meaning but for me it divided into two separate fundamental, the first part debate high involve

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    Entrepreneurship Challenges in 21st. Century | | What is Entrepreneurship? The definition of entrepreneurship has been debated among scholars, educators, researchers, and policy makers since the concept was first established in the early 1700’s. The term “entrepreneurship” comes from the French verb “entreprendre” and the German word “unternehmen”, both means to “undertake”. Bygrave and Hofer in1891 defined the entrepreneurial process as ‘involving all the functions, activities, and actions associated

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    ABSTRACTS Entrepreneurship is a transformation which has taught many people to be entrepreneurs, someone who undertakes innovation, finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations in economic goods. An entrepreneur has an innovative idea which he/she sells or implements and start, organize and manage a business with an initiative and risk on their own with little or no help from others. The process of this innovative idea is designed and planned then launched as a new business

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    Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship is the act of being an entrepreneur or "one who undertakes innovations, finance and business acumen in an effort to transform innovations into economic goods". This may result in new organizations or may be part of revitalizing mature organizations in response to a perceived opportunity. The most obvious form of entrepreneurship is that of starting new businesses (referred as Startup Company); however, in recent years, the term has been extended to include social

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    Similarities and differences between a manager, a business owner and an entrepreneur Date: 12/8/2011 Version: 1.0 Student Number: 110369257 Module: BUS1004 Similarities and differences between a manager, a business owner and an entrepreneur By Henry Amm Introduction The public perception of entrepreneurs today is almost legendary. They seem to seamlessly start up small businesses and make them grow and develop themselves almost overnight to big successes. (Beaver, 2005) This essay will

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    1. Introduction Entrepreneurship is the activity of creating a new business or enterprise. It is an essential and significant action in the growing job market (Bednarzik, 2000). Entrepreneurship has become important to all the countries whether they developed or developing ones. It is a basis of economic growth and employment creation (Thurik, Carree, Van Stel, Audretsch, 2008). It involves opportunity recognition or creation, collecting resources to track the opportunity, and managing actions that

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    Q1: List three personality traits, which are crucial for successful entrepreneur. Discuss them and provide argumentation for your thinking. 1. In my humble opinion, for being a successful entrepreneur you should have, without any doubts, at least a basic knowledge of the economic world; without that you can’t run a business, an enterprise or any kind of economic project. Second personal trait that an entrepreneur should have is a really strong personality, good ideas and an open mind, to be able

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    Shhhh! Entrepreneurship is a bad word! Beyond smoke and mirrors I like hard work, I like challenges, especially challenging myself and I don’t like pretending that shit is sunshine and roses. This is what I have learned about myself. I have no fear of great depths but I have a severe fear of shallow living. I am a warrior, I have been fighting to survive my entire life. “Survival Mode” has been all I’ve known for as far back as I can remember. Why would entrepreneurship be any different? Entrepreneurship

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    Beside Schumpeterian entrepreneurship theory, William Baumol (1990) also gave us a viewpoint that entrepreneur’s job is to making innovation, which would means the technological progress and growth. And entrepreneur would heavily influence the dissemination of a new technology. The economy will more productive if the new technology is used worldwide. He insisted that entrepreneurial talent and motivational mechanisms are important in successful economy, and entrepreneur can be trained. Moreover,

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