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Title: Entrepreneurship Development in India: Emergence from Local to Global Business Leadership
Other Titles: Evolution of Entrepreneurship in India: Emergence from Local to Global Business Leadership
Authors: TABE, Noboru
Keywords: Entrepreneurship - India
Business enterprises - India
Technological innovations - Economic aspects - India
Industrial policy - India
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Kalpaz Publications
Abstract: Promoting the readership for the book, a final draft manuscript is reproduced, as it will appear in a book form; Entrepreneurship Development in India: emergence from local to global business leadership It is by no means, a preprint of the forthcoming book and/or E-book by Kalpaz Publications, Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. Delhi, India. This new book, written jointly by two senior professors from Japan and India, is a welcome addition to entrepreneurship study in contemporary academic scenario. It is also a unique account of transitional business models of Indian global business entrepreneurs, that tell the story of their successful games in mapping ‘a cluster of innovation’ in Indian industries. While this book deals with the India’s experience since the birth of the Tata’ s and Birla’s combines, it focuses on evolutional changes in role and function of business leadership that took place since early 90th in response to an emerging economic opportunity. The authors shared the same understanding that a search for technology ‘sovereignty’ by a prospective management makes a difference to pave the way for global leadership. Information, bio-pharmaceutical, medical, and radical electronics-based technology is the case of selected growth for global leadership. The authors are reasonably optimistic of the Indian dynamism of innovation and the future of entrepreneurship development to pilot the way for LOOK SOUTH and WHEEL OF CHANGE (INNOVATION), both being the favorite icons of the authors’ messages. This is an aspect of appreciation made by Raymond Vernon, the renowned architect of Multinationals Study, when the first author’s book, Indian Entrepreneurs at the Cross Road: a study of business leadership (IDE, Tokyo, 1970) was added to his shelf of reference in Storms over the Multinationals (1977). While the newly published book will have much of equally substantive academic contribution in entrepreneurship study, it should also help potential and existing entrepreneurs in and outside the country to pinpoint a cluster of innovation and entrepreneurship in fast growing economies of India.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10723/1697
ISBN: 978-81-7835-989-2
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