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1 Cornell University Johnson School NBA 593
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2 Preview of Session Overview of Course Entrepreneurship, Venture Capital and International Introducing Ourselves and Objectives The Cambridge Article
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3 What the Course is about Entrepreneurship outside the US What circumstances are conducive for entrepreneurs to thrive? Country and Regional Focus Where and under what conditions does VC thrive? Where does VC fit in? What is the role of government in stimulating entrepreneurship and/or VC?
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4 What the course is about Building new businesses Internationalizing young firms Growing companies Financing new businesses Concentration on venture capital Focus on emerging markets All outside the US
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5 Empirically-based Course Central are The cases The project The outside speakers
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6 Notes on Course Structure Dependent on busy guest-lecturers, so there are likely to be some schedule changes. We expect to hold at least 2 video conference sessions, with overseas participants--let’s hope they work. There is still at least one session that can be adjusted content- wise so that we can try to tailor content to student interests. Guest lectures will be given this year by two entrepreneurs as well as financiers and venture capitalists. You are welcome to invite others outside the class to attend these class sessions.
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Need to Schedule I am still trying to arrange a lecture- discussion with Dr Shangzhi Wu by video-conference from Beijing. Given time difference, it would need to scheduled at an odd time. Extra Period for project presentations
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2009 for the course NBA 5930 taught by Professor Goldman,melvin during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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