EFR minor: new economic thinking & social entrepreneurship
New economic thinking & social entrepreneurship minor
How to contribute to a better world by enlarging your impact and developing sustainable business models?
Many of today’s most pressing challenges spark the need for transformative changes that deeply affect the way we think, organise and behave. They imply a fundamental change to an economy that is sustainable, circular, prosperous and inclusive. In this minor, we focus on understanding why and how transformative business models emerge and how students can contribute by developing business ideas themselves. The aim of this course is to explore new economic futures by critically engaging with innovative entrepreneurs and following academic debates around economic transition.
From May 1 to May 31 2019, you will be able to sign up for the edition of the academic year 2019/2020. To know more about this minor, please follow the following link.