Category Archives: Entrepreneurship
This interview could be subtitled Entrepreneurship from Buenos Aires to Tierra del Fuego to Houston and Bolivia and more. Guillermo “Billy” Yeatts has had a colorful career, first working as an analyst for Citibank in New York and an executive … Continue reading
Educando para o empreendedorismo Stephen R. C. Hicks Departamento de Filosofia e Centro para a Ética e Empreendedorismo Rockford University, Rockford, Illinois, USA Tradução de Matheus Pacini. Introdução – visita de japoneses às escolas americanas Recentemente, um grupo de pesquisadores … Continue reading
At the CEE site, a collection of five extended interviews (and one forthcoming) with leading entrepreneurs in Latin America covering the business areas of construction, agriculture, logistics, education, aluminum, and oil and gas.
At the Junior Achievement Brazil site: O que a ética empresarial pode aprender com o empreendedorismo?
My essay, “O que a ética empresarial pode aprender com o empreendedorismo?” is now also posted at the Junior Achievement Brazil site. Also posted in Portuguese here, in the original English as “What Business Ethics Can Learn from Entrepreneurship” [pdf], … Continue reading
The text is below and in PDF format. It’s also forthcoming in Polish in the education journal Przegląd Pedagogiczny. Educating for Entrepreneurship (Working Paper, June 2014) Stephen R.C. Hicks Department of Philosophy and Center for Ethics and Entrepreneurship Rockford University … Continue reading
My essay “What Business Ethics Can Learn from Entrepreneurship” has been translated in Portuguese by Matheus Pacini and Vinicius Cintra. Here is “O que a ética empresarial pode aprender com o empreendedorismo” in HTML or PDF. Other versions: “What Business … Continue reading
“O que a ética empresarial pode aprender com o empreendedorismo” [pdf] Stephen R. C. Hicks Departamento de Filosofia e Centro para a Ética e Empreendedorismo Rockford University, Illinois, USA Publicado pela primeira vez em Inglês em The Journal of Private … Continue reading
I’m a big fan of Arnold Kling and Nick Schulz’s From Poverty to Prosperity: Intangible Assets, Hidden Liabilities and the Lasting Triumph over Scarcity. I wrote about it here. It’s about Economics 2.0, as they call it, one key feature … Continue reading