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Notes From The Dean: Creating Value By Being Entrepreneurial, 2019 DePaul University

Notes From The Dean: Creating Value By Being Entrepreneurial

Business Exchange

Driehaus College of Business Dean Misty Johanson discusses developments at the college centered on entrepreneurship and the college's 2024 Strategic Plan: Connection, Culture and Commitment.


Faculty Focus: New Coleman Chair Sees Entrepreneurship As An Agent For Social Change, 2019 DePaul University

Faculty Focus: New Coleman Chair Sees Entrepreneurship As An Agent For Social Change

Business Exchange

Maija Renko, Coleman Foundation Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship, joined DePaul in July 2019 and hopes to inspire students interested in starting businesses that create social change.


Accelerator Drives Women Entrepreneurs' Success, 2019 DePaul University

Accelerator Drives Women Entrepreneurs' Success

Business Exchange

This article discusses how the Women in Entrepreneurship Institute in the Driehaus College of Business came to be and profiles several committee members, entrepreneurs in the program, curriculum and networking opportunities.


Fintech Projects And Initial Coin Offerings: A Research Note, Andrea Moro, Dao Wang 2019 Cranfield University

Fintech Projects And Initial Coin Offerings: A Research Note, Andrea Moro, Dao Wang

The Journal of Entrepreneurial Finance

We explore the determinants of success of Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) defined as whether the ICO was successful in raising the funds. We look at financial and technical information disclosed by the ICO as well as the information disclosed by third parties about the ICO and the level of legal protection granted. We discover that even if both hard information (financial and technical) and soft information (social media and legal protection) matter, nevertheless a more relevant role is played by the technical information. Based on our analysis, we identify areas that need further investigation in the context of ICOs.


2019 Annual Platform Survey: Tackling Undeclared In The Collaborative Economy And Bogus Self-Employment, Data Exchange And Data Protection, And Cross-Border Sanctions, Colin C. Williams 2019 University of Sheffield

2019 Annual Platform Survey: Tackling Undeclared In The Collaborative Economy And Bogus Self-Employment, Data Exchange And Data Protection, And Cross-Border Sanctions, Colin C. Williams

Colin C Williams

This survey collected information from EU Member States, as well as Iceland and Norway, on three issues:
 Tackling undeclared work in the collaborative economy and bogus self-employment.
 Data exchange and data protection.
 Cross-border sanctions.
Of the 28 Platform members from EU Member States as well as Iceland and Norway, 28 out of 30 responses were received. In addition, the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) provided qualitative feedback on the role of social partners and their cooperation with enforcement authorities to tackle undeclared work in the areas covered by the survey.


Overview Of Drug Development, Nalaka Gooneratne 2019 Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

Overview Of Drug Development, Nalaka Gooneratne

Academic Entrepreneurship for Medical and Health Scientists

  • Drug development costs range from $2 to $3 billion and may span from 7 to 12 years.

  • Beginning with drug discovery, key steps in the process include preclinical testing, Phase 1–3 clinical trials, FDA New Drug Application (NDA) approval, and subsequent Phase 4 clinical research.

  • Academic entrepreneurs should understand the unique needs of each phase and their potential role in the process, as well as the services their academic medical center can provide.


The Prosperity Paradox, A Review, Ryan Stenquist 2019 Brigham Young University

The Prosperity Paradox, A Review, Ryan Stenquist

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


"Flourish" By Martin Seligman, A Review, Sarah J. Cummings 2019 Brigham Young University

"Flourish" By Martin Seligman, A Review, Sarah J. Cummings

Marriott Student Review

In my MCOM 320 class we had to do a book report. I chose a book called "Flourish" because it interested me. Little did I know how much it would end up helping me during my college experience.


Nine Things Successful People Do Differently, A Review, Ben Randle 2019 Brigham Young University

Nine Things Successful People Do Differently, A Review, Ben Randle

Marriott Student Review

“Nine Things Successful People Do Differently” by Heidi Grant Halvorson is a short informational business book that cuts right to the chase. Halvorson successfully synthesizes different behavioral research studies to offer tips on exactly what her title describes: things successful people do differently.


Podcast Spotlight: Noella Moshi And Misan Rewane On Wave, Mark Sherman 2019 Brigham Young University

Podcast Spotlight: Noella Moshi And Misan Rewane On Wave, Mark Sherman

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Buzzwords, Ryan Stenquist 2019 BYU Marriott School of Business

Buzzwords, Ryan Stenquist

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Editor's Letter, Marianna Richardson 2019 Brigham Young University

Editor's Letter, Marianna Richardson

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Plastic Bags And Bamboo Stools, Grace R. Bithell 2019 Brigham Young University, Provo

Plastic Bags And Bamboo Stools, Grace R. Bithell

Marriott Student Review

This paper conducts a critical analyses of microfinance institutions. It gives an overview of the complexities of credit in developing countries and shows how microfinance fits into the equations. It discussed the successes and failures of microenterprises in trying to alleviate poverty. It also delves into best practices pertaining to lending to the poor and how microfinance is impacted by culture in developing nations.


Student Athletes: A Scholarship Is Not Enough, Hunter Vance 2019 BYU Marriott School of Business

Student Athletes: A Scholarship Is Not Enough, Hunter Vance

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Does Spotify Really Hurt Artists?, Daniel Witt 2019 Brigham Young University

Does Spotify Really Hurt Artists?, Daniel Witt

Marriott Student Review

For years, members of the music industry have debated whether music streaming services like Spotify help or hurt artists. This article explores the pros and cons of music streaming and argues that overall, Spotify and services like it are helping artists to achieve their career goals.


Crowdfunding Challenges For New Charity Organizations, Katherine M. Lowe 2019 Brigham Young University, EMPA

Crowdfunding Challenges For New Charity Organizations, Katherine M. Lowe

Marriott Student Review

A look into the complicated and competitive world of nonprofit fundraising in the modern world. With a special emphasis on the struggles new nonprofits face in differentiating their services and attracting donors through online crowdfunding.


Brexit: Uk's Savior Or Downfall?, Amelia Charles 2019 BYU Provo

Brexit: Uk's Savior Or Downfall?, Amelia Charles

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Strive To Survive: The Redbox Example, Jake N. Conlin 2019 Brigham Young University

Strive To Survive: The Redbox Example, Jake N. Conlin

Marriott Student Review

As technology continues to progress, companies can either adapt with technology or die. Advancements in technology should be used to better satisfy consumers. Companies that refuse to update their technology will not be able to survive in the future. Each company must make the most of its current technology, utilize new technology, and notify its customers of changes in its use of technology. Redbox finds itself at the crossroads of adapting or dying. Redbox can apply these three steps by milking its existing disc rental market, making the move to streaming, and marketing the new streaming service to consumers.


Full Issue: Undaunted (Volume 3: Issue 2), Marianna Richardson 2019 Brigham Young University

Full Issue: Undaunted (Volume 3: Issue 2), Marianna Richardson

Marriott Student Review

No abstract provided.


Clinical And Translational Science Awards, Barbara Coons, Nalaka Gooneratne 2019 Department of Surgery, Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Clinical And Translational Science Awards, Barbara Coons, Nalaka Gooneratne

Academic Entrepreneurship for Medical and Health Scientists

  • Clinical and Translational Science Awards (CTSA) are large federal grants provided to an academic institution that support education and infrastructure relevant to translational science.

  • CTSA site services, training, and pilot grant funding can benefit researchers at any stage of their career, from trainees to faculty.

  • While all CTSA-funded programs offer support for research and training, the focus and services offered vary by institution.


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