Developmental Aspects of Entrepreneurship by Shivganesh Bhargava

By Shivganesh Bhargava

This quantity bargains with developmental points of entrepreneurship. improvement of entrepreneurship and an entrepreneurial atmosphere play major roles within the financial improvement and development of a state. growing an atmosphere of entrepreneurship gives you options to difficulties comparable to poverty, illiteracy and unemployment that prevent the expansion of a country. This quantity additionally argues that entrepreneurial skill could be instilled in a person prepared. attaining such an atmosphere calls for an enterprising perspective. family members, society, social associations, governance and management play an incredible function in allowing contributors in addition to agencies to extend their enterprise operations. This for this reason allows country development. This quantity is a compilation of thirteen papers written through administration students, college and researchers, managers, specialists and directors. The chapters represent their learn findings, strategies and reports.

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B. Rao (2004). Adolescent Concerns Through Own Eyes. New Delhi: Kanishka Publishers and Distributors. Spratt, P. (1966). Hindu Culture and Personality. Mumbai: Manaktala. P. (1957). ‘Notes on an Approach to a Study of Personality Formation in a Hindu Village in Gujarat’, American Anthropologist, 57 (3), Part 2, Memoir 83, June 1955. Whiting, B. (1968). Six Cultures—Studies of Child Rearing. New York: Wileys. A. (1996). ‘Governance, Ownership, and Corporate Entrepreneurship: the Moderating Impact of Industry Technological Opportunities’, Academy of Management Journal, 39 (6): 13–35.

Some of the best recognized institutions of higher learning are consciously initiating systems and practices that help students to assess their own capabilities. Hence, the most important sources of entrepreneurial development may be identified as: (i) Family, which provides security against failure, thus enhancing the risk-taking propensity for individuals concerned. (ii) Organizations that empower and mould people to seek out entrepreneurial avenues, either within the organization or outside it.

Spratt, P. (1966). Hindu Culture and Personality. Mumbai: Manaktala. P. (1957). ‘Notes on an Approach to a Study of Personality Formation in a Hindu Village in Gujarat’, American Anthropologist, 57 (3), Part 2, Memoir 83, June 1955. Whiting, B. (1968). Six Cultures—Studies of Child Rearing. New York: Wileys. A. (1996). ‘Governance, Ownership, and Corporate Entrepreneurship: the Moderating Impact of Industry Technological Opportunities’, Academy of Management Journal, 39 (6): 13–35. M. M. Bhole T he objective of this chapter is to discuss the meaning, role, functions and nature of entrepreneurship as they have evolved over the past two to three hundred years and as they will continue to evolve in the coming decades.

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