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Online class: Foundations of Entrepreneurship

MAY 15, 2013 by EDWARD STRINGHAM, FREDERIC SAUTET

Lecture One: What is Entrepreneurship?, with Professor Edward Stringham

Lecture Two: The Role of Entrepreneurial Profit, with Professor Frederic Sautet

Lecture Three: Entrepreneurship and Market Ethics, with Professor Frederic Sautet

Lecture Four: Entrepreneurship and Public Regulations

Lecture Five: Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, with Edward Stringham

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EDWARD STRINGHAM

Edward Peter Stringham is the L.V. Hackley endowed professor for the Study of Capitalism and Free Enterprise at Fayetteville State University, North Carolina. He is a member of FEE Board of Scholars.

ABOUT

FREDERIC SAUTET

Frederic Sautet is Visiting Associate Professor of Economics at The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. He specializes in studying market processes and entrepreneurship. 

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