Lalit Sharma
Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India
PsychologyAlertnessOriginalityEntrepreneurial orientationEntrepreneurship
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AbstractWomen in STEM with mid-career break form an important technical resource for any country. This segment has largely been overlooked in the literature in terms of aspects related to entrepren...
#1Lalit Sharma (Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India)H-Index: 1
Purpose Entrepreneurial alertness is a key factor in business opportunity identification. Scholars have determined that successful entrepreneurs have high levels of entrepreneurial alertness, but only a limited number of studies are available on the concept. One of the major reasons identified is the fragmented constituents and less knowledge of the components determining the level of alertness. The present study aims to integrate the varied research on entrepreneurial alertness, identify its co...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of gender and regional cultures on entrepreneurial intentions and perceived barriers to entrepreneurship in two diverse regions of a state. Authors in the past have consistently expressed the need for studies on entrepreneurial intentions that would encompass both the gender and cultural dimensions, as there is a potential interactive effect between sex and culture, which remains largely unstudied despite its potential to provide an ex...
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Pritam Singh, Asha Bhandakar and Snigdha Rai, The Leadership Odyssey: From Darkness to Light , New Delhi: SAGE Publications, 2016, 364 pp.
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AbstractThe study explores the institutional factors which influence the impact of education in building academic entrepreneurship in higher educational institutes of Uttarakhand state, India. In order to understand the institutional barriers, the author interviewed 68 senior-level educationists, who were working in the capacity of Director General, Professor, Head, or Director in three different universities or their affiliated institutions. Based on the qualitative data obtained from interview...
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