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Entrepreneurial Small Business
Jerome Katz Biography
Professor Katz is recognized internationally as an expert on entrepreneurship and e-commerce. His research in these areas has been funded by the ILO, America's NSF and NFIB,  the Soros, Kauffman and Coleman Foundations,  and Sweden's ESBRI. He is editor of two book series in entrepreneurship and sits on the editorial boards of several key journals such as Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, and the Journal of Small Business Management. He has been quoted in Business Week, US News & World Report, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, as well as Inc. and Entrepreneur magazines.

At Saint Loius University, Professor Katz teaches the Advanced Business Planning classes (MGTB421 and MGTB621) which are the capstone courses for the undergraduate major and graduate concentration in entrepreneurship. He also teaches and serves as course director for Applied Theory in Organizations (MGTB605) and Introduction to Management (MGTB300).
Saint Louis University
Richard P. Green Biography
Dr. Richard Green Associate Professor of Accounting University of the Incarnate Word *Business startup planning and execution *Business development *Procurement of seed and venture funds *Biopharma, dairy, meat, and airline industries
McGraw-Hill/Irwin- Publisher
2006-05-15 595 pages ID: 1436 Rating: 
Link to Amazon
Description: [From Amazon] Entrepreneurial Small Business has one clear advantage: it's the book about the types of businesses your students might actually start, not about becoming the next Michael Dell. Entrepreneurial Small Business accomplishes this goal by focusing on the practical applications and "how to" skills that have immediate relevance for students. Traditional beliefs and models in small business are discussed, as well as the latest findings and best practices from academic and consulting arenas. Each chapter includes Skill Modules, chapter-opening scenarios highlighting real small businesses, weblinks for enhancing student research, and extensive end-of-chapter material aimed at helping students put principles into practice. In addition, several unique chapters include "Paths to Part-Time Entrepreneurship" and "Cash: Lifeblood of the Business," which provide students with a clear vision of small business as it really is today.