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July 29th, 2005

Generalists Succeed as Entrepreneurs

Edward Lazear: “Among Stanford alumni, those who go on to start businesses took a more general course curriculum when they were at Stanford than those who never start a business,’ he writes. Rather than take eight classes in finance, for instance, and an average of three in each of four other academic areas, entrepreneurs were more likely to balance their courses among a variety of disciplines.” (via Dane Carlson)

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