- will learn and understand which economic, organizational, social and institutional processes have led to the evolution of firms from the 19th century to today;
- should be able to apply such learning to detect the framework in which firms operate and the constraints that influence their development and spread;
- should be able to evaluate the performance of the organizational structure of firms and to critically analyze innovations that are directly and indirectly related to entrepreneurship;
- should acquire a cultural background useful for communicating and interacting with private management and institutional regulatory bodies concerning issues related to the growth and development of business activities;
- will be stimulated in their learning by experiencing a varied teaching approach.