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EPS7518

GREAT ENTREPRENEURIAL WEALTH

EPS7518

Course Description:

EPS7518 Great Entrepreneurial Wealth: Creation, Preservation and Destruction 3 credit graduate elective This course will explore the stages of great entrepreneurial wealth creation, preservation and destruction. Topics will cover geographical and sector concentrations of great wealth formation, along with socio- economic conditions prevailing at the time of generation. Particular emphasis will cover the detailed paths of notable entrepreneurs from the past century, along with the ethical dilemma and social contributions attributed to each of them. This course will include topics such as: -Wealth creation paths of famous entrepreneurs -Location, concentration, and flow of global wealth -Entrepreneurial traits/characteristics of the super-wealthy -Hedge funds and family offices -Wealth preservation methodologies -Factors contributing to wealth destruction

Department:

Entrepreneurship

Course Level:

Graduate Elective (Grad)

Course Credits:

3

Course Programs:

Graduate