Economics of Entrepreneurship


Duke-in-NY Financial Markets & Institutions Program. Application of microeconomics theory, such as game theory and industrial organization, to analyze business start-ups and their development. Focus on evaluation of the role of entrepreneurs in the macroeconomy, and the microeconomic performance of young businesses. The effects of government policies and economic fluctuations on entrepreneurs will be addressed, as well as an understanding of the organization and financial structure, development, and allocational decisions of growing entrepreneurial ventures. Instructor consent required. Prerequisite: Economics 201D.

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Prerequisite: Economics 201D

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