NBAY 5550

NBAY 5550

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2021-2022.

Economic and financial development are inextricably intertwined. Unless companies have sufficient access to financial resources, they are unable to grow, become more productive and create new jobs. Entrepreneurial startups face particularly important challenges. In the early phases of their life cycle, few, if any, young firms have enough tangible assets that they can pledge as collateral. As a result, these companies usually find it difficult to borrow from banks. While this is true in advanced economies, this challenge is often unsurmountable in emerging economies. At the same time, however, startups tend to be particularly innovative. Without transformational entrepreneurs who have access to sufficient funding, it is difficult for emerging economies to foster technological change and productivity growth through a process of creative destruction. As a result, underdeveloped financial systems are generally seen as a major impediment to economic growth.

When Offered Spring.

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  •   Seven Week - Second. 

  • 1.5 Credits GradeNoAud

  • 12940 NBAY 5550   LEC 001

  • Instruction Mode: In Person
    Taught at Cornell Tech Campus NYC Open to Johnson & CT Students who have completed PREREQUISITE TECH 5310 - Business Fundamentals (or received waiver) Add/Drop Dates: January 18th at 8:00am thru February 7th at 11:59pm with an additional Add/Drop period beginning March 16th at 8:00am to March 23rd at 11:59pm. You may add or drop a second-half class after March 23rd with permission of the faculty. If you are dropping after April 13th you will also receive a "W" on your transcript in addition to the late fees. This course is a Management Science Elective.