One of the best universities in the world and 200 years old. The doctorate program in entrepreneurship is offered at the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv - Open University. The curriculum offered at this University helps to transfer knowledge to students along with technology so that they could use it in both in any sectors The Doctorate degree helps in contributing to the competitive economy of Europe and aids the students in being innovative when they apply their learning skills, particularly in the small to medium-sized business enterprises (SME). The special modules created for candidates include business planning, macro, and microeconomics, design thinking, training in presentation skills, techniques of negotiation, social entrepreneurial competencies, team management, entrepreneurial finance, project management, introduction to entrepreneurial legal matters and entrepreneurial marketing. Rewards and taking of risks play a crucial role in both empirical and theoretical research that is connected with the financial markets. One of the basic concepts in the pricing of assets is the reward for investors when they take risks. Non-diversifiable risk sources get priced by the dictates of the market. Students are given a chance to actively involve themselves in research so that they determine risk factors and identify the extent to which these factors could get priced at, in relation to the stock market. The curriculum for a doctorate in entrepreneurship and stock exchange studies also includes information about the behavior of new investors in financial markets. The projects given to the candidates are experimental in nature and they use vast databases which are available at the University and the data may involve international equity prices, mutual funds, institutional ownership and performance of hedge funds. Crucial questions get investigated with the use of appropriate econometric schemes.
This program is equivalent to EQF (European Qualifications Framework) Level 8 - Doctorate Level
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Last updated November 22, 2017