Nandy, No 6, Issue 1

(2018), No 6, Issue 1

 

On Understanding the Confluence of Recent Political Events with the Current State of Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in India

Subhashis NANDY

Pages: 71-83

 

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Abstract

This paper investigates the confluence of recent important political events and the current state of entrepreneurial ecosystem (EE) in India. Prior work has mainly focused on the development of EE only in certain cities in India but not in India’s states. Filling this gap of knowledge, the current work uses data from multiple sources (GEM data, World Bank, Indian government) to show that the development and growth of EE has taken a firm foothold across India after Modi’s win in the 2014 national election. Further, this work strives to develop an understanding of how the ascend of Modi’s leadership and recent reforms in India might have led to the development of a healthy EE. This paper also addresses certain challenges faced by institutions and entrepreneurs in India.

Keywords:

Entrepreneurial Ecosystem, India, Venture Capitalists, Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), Information Technology

 

Citing Literature

Subhashis Nandy, On Understanding the Confluence of Recent Political Events with the Current State of Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in India, Journal of Global Politics and Current Diplomacy, (2018), No 6, Issue 1: 71-83.

 

 

 

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