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Empreendedorismo e Desenvolvimento Econômico

Nível: Mestrado Profissional
Obrigatória: Não
Carga Horária: 48
Créditos: 4.0


Qual a relação entre políticas públicas de empreendedorismo e o desenvolvimento econômico? Este curso discute o papel do empreendedorismo no crescimento e desenvolvimento econômico bem como o papel do Estado na construção de um ecossistema empreendedor. O curso adota uma perspectiva teórico-prática ao, de um lado, abordar os principais eixos teóricos relacionados ao fomento da atividade empreendedora e, de outro lado, estudar práticas internacionais e locais de políticas públicas de empreendedorismo e micro e pequenas empresas.


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