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The links below are to short articles on various topics relating to Entrepreneurial Studies. They are organized on a "curriculum" model, but feel free to jump around, even if you don't have the "prerequisites."
 


Core Curriculum
Conceptual Base
1: What is Entrepreneurship?  
2: Am I an Entrepreneur? 6: Selecting
3: The Opportunity Mindset 7: Planning
4: Market Research 8: Implementing
5: Creativity and Innovation 9: Break-Even Analysis
   
Real World Application
Business Planning
  14: Corporate Structure
10: Case Study: Used-Book Store 15: Building a Successful BusPlan
11: How to Make It Big 16: BP Sample:The "New" DNi
12: The Frictionless Economy 17: Business Incubators
13: Entrepreneurial Financing 18: BPs for Raising Money
   
Issues in Finance
Formal Equity
19: Crowdfunding 23: The VC Process
20: Angel Investors 24: VC Preesentations
21: Valuation and Company Stages 25: Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)
22: Venture Capital Overview 26: Preferred Stock
   
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