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Curso De Empreendedorismo: Para Promover O Desenvolvimento Sustentãvel E A Reduã‡Ãƒo Da Pobreza

  • Ronald Jean Degen

    ()

    (International School of Management Paris)

O autor faz uma reflexão sobre os motivos que o levaram a introduzir o ensino do empreendedorismo no Brasil em 1980, a escrever o livro O Empreendedor: Fundamentos da Iniciativa Empresarial publicado em 1989 e o que aconteceu nestes quase 30 anos. A reflexão termina com a análise porque os objetivos do autor não se realizaram e uma sugestão sobre o que pode ser feito para tornar o ensino do empreendedorismo mais eficaz em promover o desenvolvimento econômico sustentável, a inclusão social, a redução da pobreza, a preservação dos recursos escassos da natureza e a proteção do meio ambiente.

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