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Factors affecting venture creation time in emerging economies
(Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2017)
Entrepreneurship is considered to be a contributor in the growth engine of an economy. As per the “old” neo-classical growth theory, labour and capital are the sole elements driving the growth. However, in “new” endogenous ...
Does Gandhian philosophy matter when it comes to higher education?
(DNA India, 2019-09-16)
Developing an educational model with the twin objectives of providing quality formal education and promoting enterpreneurship through micro industry linkage in remote and inaccessible areas in India
(Indian Institute of Management , Ahmedabad, 2006)
Innovation through intrapreneurship: the road less travelled
The relentless pressures of competition stemming from globalization, technological changes, etc., today are increasingly buffeting organizations. One of the pathways for companies to weather these storms is through ...
Enhancing the spirit of entrepreneurial action study of two entrepreneurs who defied the odds to take their company to greatness
(Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2019)
An entrepreneur is one who creates wealth where it did not exist earlier by creating a new market and a new customer. They create something new, something different, they change and transmute values; and on a size and scale ...