Laura L. Hollis
Business Administration; Industrial and Enterprise Systems Engineering; Technology Entrepreneur Center
*This instructor has left the University of Illinois
Entrepreneurial course developed by Professor Hollis
Entrepreneurship, Economic Development and Public Policy
The course is intended to be a 300- (and quite possibly a 400-) level course that examines, compares and contrasts the types of legal systems, laws and public policy initiatives that have the greatest impact on the ability to create and grow successful ventures, particularly those that produce jobs and new wealth.
The overall structure of the course will consist of four parts, and conclude with student projects and presentations. There will be additional assessments throughout the course of the semester, and a final exam.