- To familiarize you with relevant theory, research, and methods on SE for the development of your own research and dissertation proposals, which could be the basis for publications in premier journals in the field.
- To help you build the skills and knowledge necessary to understand, assess, and critique published works on SE, as a basis for identifying contributions and limitations in extant research as well as for reviewing papers submitted to conferences and journals.
- To provide you with opportunities to engage in informed conversations, in oral and written form, about major theories/frameworks, issues, and contributions on SE.
- To provide you with an opportunity to write a research paper that could be submitted to a high quality journal in the field or serve as the foundation for a study or dissertation.
- Be able to develop a mental model of the strategic entrepreneurship studies into management field
- Be able to show a deep, nuanced understanding of the key concepts and theories of SE studies
- Be able to critically analyze and reviews academic studies of SE
- Be able to develop new ideas and approaches advancing SE studies
- Be able to communicate new scholarly ideas verbally and in written form
- Foundations of Strategic Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurial Agency
- Behavioral /Upper-echelons
- Resource- and Knowledge-based Perspectives
- Learning Perspectives
- Network/Social Capital Perspectives
- Ecological and Institutional Perspective
- Evolutionary Perspective
- International Perspectives
- Class participation
- Critical summaries of the assigned articles
- Research paper proposal
- 2022/2023 3rd module0.2 * Class participation + 0.5 * Research paper proposal + 0.3 * Critical summaries of the assigned articles
- Handbook of entrepreneurship research : interdisciplinary perspectives, , 2005
- Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, S. Michael Camp, & Donald L. Sexton. (2001). Strategic entrepreneurship: entrepreneurial strategies for wealth creation. Strategic Management Journal, 6‐7, 479. https://doi.org/10.1002/smj.196
- A history of entrepreneurship, Hebert, R. F., 2009