Lithuania is a crossroad between west and east Europe, and despite its complicated history, has developed
- Entrepreneurship Management
This course introduces students to the nature of business and entrepreneurship as the vehicle for making money by creating wealth and producing goods and services for a profit in a free enterprise economy. Emphasis is on different forms of business organizations including sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, joint ventures and not-for-profit enterprises. Other topics include the environment of business, globalization, e-business and Internet as they affect national and international trade. A comparison is made between entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs (corporate entrepreneurs) who work for companies. Ethics in management and reporting of business performance to stakeholders are emphasized throughout the course.