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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.

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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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