Understanding rural entrepreneurship in a Bangladesh village — individuals, roles or structures?
instead focusing on ideas about structure and context, we can use the concept to understand how people gain access to new non-cultivating roles in agriculture in rural Bangladesh. Processes of technological change under privatization and structural adjustment have created new opportunities
leading to the creation of new forms of technology-based enterprise in rural areas. These need not always be captured by local élites. For NGOs and other development agencies there may be new openings for innovative support to enterprise efforts by the poor.
Problems and Prospects of Rural Entrepreneurship in Mayurbhanj District of Odisha
Patnaik, Sandeep Kumar
SEDME (Small Enterprises Development, Management & Extension Journal): A worldwide window on MSME Studies, Vol. 46 (2019), Iss. 3 P.152https://doi.org/10.1177/0970846419863873 [Citations: 0]
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