The word first appeared in the French dictionary entitled Dictionnaire Universel de Commerce compiled by Jacques des Bruslons and published in Cantillon considered the entrepreneur to be a risk taker who deliberately allocates resources to exploit opportunities in order to maximize the financial return.
Along with the provision of food, sustaining livelihoods, enhancing nutrition and the ability to cope with rapid changes in the environment and marketplaces are equally important to millions of small farmers.
Data science can help in many ways. In this article, we outline the beginnings of data science applications in Indian agriculture. We cover various initiatives such as data collection, visualization and information dissemination and applications of algorithmic data analysis techniques for decision support.
We describe one application under development that provides timely price information to farmers, traders and policy makers. Published Papers Devalkar, Sripad K.
The firm procures an input commodity and processes it to produce an output commodity over a multi-period horizon.
We show that the resulting optimal operational policy has the same price and horizon dependent threshold structure that characterizes the known optimal policy when markets are complete or financial distress costs are small.
We investigate whether and how family ownership and management influence firms' internationalization strategies in an emerging economy in which family firms are dominant. Anchoring on the willingness and ability framework and drawing on the socioemotional wealth perspective and agency theory, we theorize how the heterogeneity among family firms in their ownership structures, concentration, and family involvement in management shapes the firms' internationalization strategies.
We also theorize how certain contingencies, such as the presence of foreign institutional ownership and family management, moderate the relationship between family ownership and internationalization strategy.
We test our predictions by using a proprietary, longitudinal panel dataset of leading family firms from India and find support for most of our theoretical predictions. Internationalization has emerged as a dominant strategy for firms in a globally interconnected world.
We observe that ownership structure and management have significant bearing on internationalization strategies of family firms, as family owners and managers are more averse to internationalization. Family firms' aversion to internationalize is more pronounced when families can exercise greater control on firms' actions through the combined effect of higher family ownership primarily through strategic control and family's participation in management through strategic, administrative, and operational control.
However, certain contingencies, such as the higher ownership of foreign institutions and presence of professional managers, help business families improve their understanding of international markets, reduce the fear of the unknown, and better appreciate the benefits of internationalization, thereby aiding greater internationalization of family firms.MBAUniverse Read Content for Latest MBA News, Search B schools, MBA Entrance Exams, Search Top MBA Colleges in India & Entrance Exam Preparation.
Research Paper - Commerce Women Entrepreneurship in India * Mrs. Savita Kumari June, * Shahabad (M), Kurukshetra ABSTRACT This paper is confined to the problems for women entrepreneur in India like lack of education, family support, financial . Competition and Entrepreneurship [Israel M.
Kirzner] on alphabetnyc.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stressing verbal logic rather than mathematics, Israel M. Kirzner provides at once a thorough critique of contemporary price theory. entrepreneurship in India1.
The focus of the paper is on women participation in small business ventures in India, The Government of India has defined women entrepreneurs based on women participation in equity and employment of a business enterprise.
Accordingly, a Entrepreneurship are micro-level research based on limited number of. Building Houses out of Chicken Legs: Black Women, Food, and Power [Psyche A. Williams-Forson] on alphabetnyc.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chicken--both the bird and the food--has played multiple roles in the lives of African American women from the slavery era to the present.
It has provided food and a source of income for their families. This paper endeavors to explore studies related to Women Entrepreneurship and Innovation in India. Few examples from Gujarat, India have been taken to understand the study in a better way.
Few examples from Gujarat, India have been taken to understand the study in a better way.