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|Title:||Social & Indigenous Entrepreneurship|
|Series/Report no.:||Koori Centre Lectures|
|Abstract:||This lecture will discuss social entrepreneurship, students and remote indigenous Australia. Researching, teaching or learning about entrepreneurship is very different to researching teaching or learning about functional disciplines such as accounting and finance. In functional disciplines there is generally a well defined skill set, this is not the case with entrepreneurship as it is as much a mind set as it is a set of activities. Identification of opportunities, learning about them and taking actions all take place within a context.|
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