|1||Stylized view of entrepreneurship|| |
McMillan, John, and Christopher Woodruff. "The Central Role of Entrepreneurs in Transition Economies." Journal of Economic Perspectives 16, no. 3 (2002): 153-70. (PDF)
Glaeser, Edward L., and William R. Kerr. "The Secret to Job Growth: Think Small." Harvard Business Review Magazine, July 2010.
|2||Income inequality, social stratification and market opportunity at the bottom of the pyramid: The case of Brazil|| |
Marulanda, Sergio, Belén Monedero, Diogo Santos and Fernando Tomé. "Beleza Natural: Choosing the Right Growth Model." MIT Sloan School of Management Case, May 2006.
|4||Where are we in the global cycle?|| |
"World Economic Outlook Update: Restoring Confidence Without Harming Recovery." International Monetary Fund, July 7, 2010.
Boone, Peter, and Simon Johnson. "Will the Politics of Global Moral Hazard Sink Us Again?" Chapter 10 in The Future of Finance. London School of Economics and Political Science, 2010, pp. 247-88.
|5||Entrepreneurship diasporas; Team dynamics||Kerr, William, and Daniel J. Isenberg. "Take Advantage of your Diaspora Network." Harvard Business School Note. Harvard Business School Publishing. Note: 9-808-029, August 15, 2007.|
|6||Global location decisions||Nanda, Ramana, and Toby Stuart. "KiOR: Catalyzing Clean Energy." Harvard Business School Case. Harvard Business School Publishing. Case: 9-809-092, March 4, 2009.|
|7||Entering a market in flux||Barnett, Katie, Anand Mohanrangan, Teru Tanaka, and Yipeng Zhao. "Conexia: Entering the U.S. Market." MIT Sloan School of Management Case. MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources. Case: 10-103, July 13, 2010. (PDF - 1.2MB)|
|8||Global sales strategies for ambitious entrepreneurs||Kuemmerie, Walter, and Chad Ellis. "Spotfire: Managing a Multinational Start-Up." Harvard Business School Case. Harvard Business School Publishing. Case: 9-899-078, October 12, 1998.|
|9||Inside the entrepreneurial ecosystem|| |
Sahlman, William A. "Endeavor: Creating a Global Movement for High-Impact Entrepreneurship." Harvard Business School Case. Harvard Business School Publishing. Case: 9-810-049, September 28, 2009.
|10||Working in a G-Lab project||Lehrich, M. Jonathan, Paul John Paredes, and Ramesh Ravikumar. "Compsis at a Crossroads." MIT Sloan School of Management Case. MIT Sloan Teaching Innovation Resources. Case: 07-044, December 15, 2009. (PDF)|
|11||Faculty meetings with teams|
|12||When bad teams happen to good people||Lehrich, M. Jonathan, Jeff Kennedy, Anne Ma, Mike Reagan, and Tristan Wu. "Breakdown in Brazil." MIT Sloan School of Management Case. Case: 09-097, Rev. October 7, 2011.|
|13||Introduction to library research; Open Mike|
|14||Open Mike; Medical information|
|15||Travel logistics; Faculty meetings with teams|
|16||Faculty meetings with teams|
|17||Global environment for your projects|| |
"World Economic Outlook: Recovery, Risk, and Rebalancing." International Monetary Fund, October, 2010.
|18||Local environment for your projects||Bowers, Andrew, Daniel Cook, Lori Simpson, and Stanley Yung. "PeaceSoft Solutions (A)." MIT Sloan School of Management Case. Case: 08-078, September 2, 2008.|
|19||Internationalization||Cuellar, Alejandro, Yvette Hau, Walter Lironi, and Diego May. "Color/9: Tatitos." MIT Sloan School of Management Case. Case: 09-090, March 2002.|
|20||Faculty meetings with teams|
|21||Faculty meetings with teams (cont.)|
|22||Managing your G-lab internship||Dowd, Katherine, Patcharapa Yuu, and Theeradech Kay. "Kapanmed (A)." MIT Sloan School of Management Case. Case: 10-108, November 30, 2010.|
|24||Debrief and reflection session|
|Submission of final deliverables|