Entrepreneurial Vitality Model
- Create a theoretical basis for the formation of economic thinking focused on the development of hu-manistic entrepreneurial behaviour
- Clarify the methodological role of ethical and philosophical knowledge for the formation of a model of entrepreneurial behaviour in the global coevolution paradigm
- Form a systemic understanding of the role of the entrepreneur as the most significant subject of trans-formative activity in the economics
- Develop the projective nature of entrepreneurial thinking
- Evolve the ethical and aesthetic criteria for entrepreneurial activity and awareness of their role in an innovation-oriented economics
- Build structural links between economic sciences, entrepreneurial creativity and anesthetization of business
- Shape the understanding of the modern entrepreneurial paradigm
- Understand the modern scientific paradigm and the importance of interdisciplinarity as a methodology of scientific knowledge
- Develop basic skills on the main directions of development of the theory of entrepreneurship, as well as of its role and significance in the system of economic science
- Recognize the place and role of ethics and aesthetics in the structure of modern economic knowledge
- Highlight the creative aspects of entrepreneurial activity at all stages of the formation and im-plementation of innovative projects
- Acknowledge the projective nature of entrepreneurial activity
- Introduction to Methodology of Science
- Entrepreneurial Vitality Model
- The fundamentals of the theory of entrepre-neurship and its place in the structure of economic sciences
- The main directions of the development of cognitive science and its role in the devel-opment of the theory of entrepreneurship
- Ethical and aesthetic principles of entrepre-neurial activity. Examples of ethical and aesthetic implementation of entrepreneurial activity
- Creativity and its implication for entrepre-neurial activity
- Theoretical and methodological develop-ment of the projective nature of human ac-tivity in philosophical thought
- Interim assessment (2 module)0.25 * Classroom Work + 0.25 * Collaborative Essay + 0.25 * Exam + 0.25 * Group Project
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