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Economia do Empreendedorismo (1 º Sem 2018/2019)

Código: 03114
Acrónimo: 03114
Nível: 3º Ciclo
Estruturante: Não
Língua(s) de Ensino: Inglês
Língua(s) amigável(is):
Ser English-friendly ou qualquer outra língua-friendly, significa que a UC é leccionada numa língua mas que se pode verificar qualquer uma das seguintes condições:
1. Existem materiais de apoio em língua inglesa/outra língua;
2. Existem exercícios, testes e exames em língua inglesa/outra língua;
3. Existe a possibilidade de se apresentar trabalhos escritos ou orais em língua inglesa/outra língua.
1 6.0 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 6.0 h/sem 6.0 h/sem 144.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 150.0 h/sem
Em vigor desde o ano letivo 2016/2017
Pré-requisitos Microeconomia de nível intermédio
Objectivos Pretende-se que os alunos no final desta cadeira tenham adquirido conhecimentos sobre as principais linhas de pesquisa no domínio da economia do empreendedorismo. Na disciplina serão exploradas as contribuições de natureza teórica e empírica.
Programa CP1. Determinantes da entrada no empreendedorismo
CP2. Determinantes da performance dos empreendedores
CP3. Métodos empíricos de pesquisa em economia do empreendedorismo
Processo de avaliação A avaliação da UC processa-se em duas épocas: Normal (1.ª Época) e de Recurso (2.ª Época).
a) Época Normal:  
   Avaliação Contínua:
- Relatório sobre o estado de arte da literatura num tópico na área científica da UC: 50%
- Relatório com pistas de investigação futura na área sobre a qual incidiu o relatório: 25%;
- Apresentação oral dos dois relatórios anteriores: 10%;
- Discussão oral: 15%.
b) Época de Recurso: Prova escrita (100%)
Processo de ensino-aprendizagem Para serem alcançados os resultados de aprendizagem, a UC recorrerá às seguintes metodologias de ensino-aprendizagem (MEA):
MEA1. Orientação tutorial: 1,5 horas para uma reunião inicial com o aluno para discutir a situação atual e os desafios de investigação da literatura na área; duas reuniões intercalares (1,0 hora/reunião); 1,5 horas para uma reunião para discussão e apresentação dos trabalhos desenvolvidos pelo aluno.
MEA2. Autoestudo, relacionado com o trabalho autónomo do aluno.
Observações -
Bibliografia básica Nota: pela natureza da UC, não se efetua a distinção entre bibliografia básica e complementar, devendo ser considerada indiferentemente.
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