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Entrepreneurship: The Driving Force of the Economy (Austrian...

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Prof: Dr. Per Bylund / Fall 2021

Apr 15, 2022

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Very interesting course. I am an Entrepreneurship major and getting a minor in Economics and this course was very interesting in bringing the two together and highlighting the entrepreneur's presence in the economy.

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Dr. Bylund was very interesting to listen to, and it was cool to take an economics class that was very philosophy-driven instead of just numbers. HOWEVER, this class required a lot of reading and I mean a lot. Some of the readings were tricky to understand as most of them were written in the 1700-1800's. We had two quizzes every week due before class and they were nearly impossible to pass without reading the assigned material. Some of the readings were very very long.

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Very interesting


I probably would not have taken the class if I'd known it would be so reading-heavy. However, I'm very glad that I took it because I learned a lot and look back on it as a very interesting course with one of the smartest professors I've listened to lecture. I was also able to get Entrepreneurship and Econ credit for this class so it counted towards my major and my minor.

Delivery: In personGrade: BWorkload: ModerateTextbook Use: Yes
Attendance HeavyQuiz Heavy

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