Institutions, Resilience, and Dynamic Capabilities of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Emerging Economies

Institutions, Resilience, and Dynamic Capabilities of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Emerging Economies

Release Date: May, 2022|Copyright: © 2022 |Pages: 303
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-4745-1
ISBN13: 9781668447451|ISBN10: 1668447452|EISBN13: 9781668447475
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Entrepreneurial ecosystems enhance economic activities and growth in emerging economies. Such ecosystems sustain entrepreneurial ventures that provide a great push to the economic engine of an economy towards growth trajectory. The COVID-19 pandemic placed huge pressure on the survival capacity of entrepreneurial ventures and tested their resilience. Considering the special case of emerging economies, institutions play a substantial role in explaining the preferences of the business. Understanding the role of institutions and resilience capability of entrepreneurial ventures in emerging economies can provide suitable insights and contributions towards entrepreneurial ventures.

Institutions, Resilience, and Dynamic Capabilities of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Emerging Economies presents innovative research that helps entrepreneurs to understand emerging economies in a better way and to gain meaningful insights. It describes entrepreneurship as a way to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and overcome institutional barriers and voids. Covering topics such as government initiatives, sustainable entrepreneurship, and economic growth, this premier reference source is an essential resource for entrepreneurs, business leaders, managers, economists, government officials, policymakers, libraries, students and faculty of higher education, researchers, and academicians.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Carbon Neutrality
  • Economic Growth
  • Emerging Economies
  • Entrepreneurial Ecosystems Resilience
  • Entrepreneurship Development
  • Government Initiatives
  • Institutional Voids
  • New Energy Vehicles
  • Participatory Governance System
  • Spatial Resources
  • Sustainable Entrepreneurship
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"Institutions, Resilience, and Dynamic Capabilities of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Emerging Economies is a title scholars seeking a broad understanding of the challenges and transitions of the developing world should have within their repository. Insights on social entrepreneurship, sustainable entrepreneurship, and digital innovation are addressed within this scholarly title. Further to this, governance in the pursuit of attaining the millennium development goals has been regarded as crucial, yet the developing world is synonymous with poor governance. Rich insights into governance in the developing nation-state are shared by the various contributors to the book. The insights offered in the book are based on empirical evidence to enlighten scholars without direct access to the developing world to hear the many voices on these matters from afar afield, such as India to South Africa."

– Prof. Nigel Chiweshe, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

"The benefit of the publication is to enlighten communities through the efforts of a research perspective that amplifies practice-based potentials in applying theory, models, and/or frameworks to real-time issues. Henceforth, solutions companies can implement to successfully solve a problem, move in a new direction, grow, innovate, and/or enter a new market."

– Prof. Kyla L. Tennin, Forbes School of Business, USA & Lady Mirage Global, Inc., USA
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Editor/Author Biographies
Shivani Inder has done Ph.D. in finance. She is a certified Cost and Management Accountant (CMA). She has done M.B.A (finance) and M.F.C. She is currently working as Associate Professor at Chitkara Business School, Chitkara University, Punjab, India. Her domain areas are corporate finance, accounting and entrepreneurship. She has more than ten years of teaching experience. She is associated with professional bodies and review for reputed journals.

Dr. Amandeep Singh holds a Doctorate in Management specializing in Marketing and he is also UGC-NET qualified. He holds more than 16 years of teaching experience. His main area of research is Consumer Sciences and Business Innovations. Currently, he is working as Professor at Chitkara Business School, Chitkara University, Punjab, India. He has published 48 research papers in various journals and conferences which are indexed in Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar. He has edited 7 books published by IGI Global, De Gruyter and Wiley. He has also chaired many National and International Conferences. He is on the editorial board of 3 International Journals. He was awarded the Best Teacher in 2008. He is also part of the Board of Studies of various B-Schools and leading universities in Northern India.

Sandhir Sharma holds a Ph.D. in Strategic Management with nearly 22 years of experience in higher education and 5 years in Telecom industry. With more than 53 research papers to his credit published in various journals and conferences at national & international level, Dr. Sharma has developed his core expertise in the area of Strategy formulation. Currently, he is serving as Dean, Chitkara Business School & visiting faculty to Binus University, Indonesia, Kedge Business School, France and University of Applied Sciences, Osnabruck, Germany. He is widely travelled all across the globe and an active member of various management associations and University bodies. He is serving as consultant to various SME organizations in the area of strategy formulation. He is Major Guide to 8 Ph.D. Scholars from Academia and Industry. As of now, eight of his students have already completed their Ph.D. successfully in the fields of Neuromarketing| Consumers| Foods| Organic Foods, Work Engagement, Brands |Brands Personality| Brand love, Television |Broadcasting| Digital Television and Green Marketing| Consumer Behaviour. He has filed 14 patents in the fields of Health sciences, life sciences, social sciences, technology, and industrial products.

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