The course aims to introduce students to the discourse of new perspectives on the organization of production and the evolution of (mainly) the western economies, in particular the problem of the transition from the fordist to the post-fordist development models and further on to the knowledge and learning society.

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December 07, 2018

The course aims to familiarize students with the basic principles and theories, the instruments and philosophy of marketing within the framework of the current business setting. Emphasis is given on the relationship between Marketing and other organizational departments.

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October 22, 2018

The course aim is enable students to familiarize with and comprehend modern approaches to operations management across the spectrum of enterprises and organizations. Students should be able to develop critical comprehension of the processes and structures that construct a production system, as well as of the underlying principles and assumptions, so that they may be able to analyze its operations, design and control its behavior.

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October 22, 2018

The aim of the course is to develop the comprehension of the significance and role in the economy of technology and technological change and the mechanisms of interaction between technology and economy.

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October 22, 2018

The focus of the course is on operational concerns: enterprise, foundation and organization of an enterprise, obligations of the enterprise, financing and economic management, co-operatives and their problems, marketing planning, operations sand logistics strategy, product and service development, human resources management. Students’ aim is to develop a complete business plans. In this process they get familiar with financing of start-ups (venture capital, business angels etc.), the use of terms and tools, and the development of the relevant reports, development of business collaborations, IPR management, and brand management.

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October 22, 2018

The objective of the course (during the winter semester) is to familiarize students with basic entrepreneurial knowledge and culture. The course focuses on strategic entrepreneurship rather than operational or financial aspects, giving emphasis on the resource-based view perspective. Emphasis is given to market positioning the establishment of competitive rather than comparative advantage and competitive analysis.

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October 22, 2018