March'19


The IUP Journal of Entrepreneurship Development

ISSN: 0973-2659

A 'peer reviewed' journal indexed on Cabell's Directory,
and also distributed by EBSCO and Proquest Database

It is a quarterly journal that focuses on Entrepreneurship mindset, Development of entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship opportunity, Motivation and case studies; Entrepreneurship growth and strategy; Entrepreneurial risk and reward; Entrepreneurship across culture/gender/economic status; Ethical and moral principles, guiding entrepreneurship behavior, etc.

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Focus Areas
  • Entrepreneurship Mindset
  • Entrepreneurship Opportunity
  • Motivation
  • Case Studies
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  • Critical Issue of Starting Entrepreneurship in Kazakhstan
  • Social Wealth Creation via Experimental Entrepreneurial Philanthropy
  • Case Study - Philip F Anschutz: Entrepreneur with a "Contrarain Strategy"
  • Research Summary - Entrepreneurship as a Non-profit Seeking Activity
  • Book Review - We Got Fired! ..And it's the Best Thing That Ever Happened to us
  • Entrepreneurship Opportunity
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Entrepreneurial Prospects of Poultry Layer Farming in Bangladesh: A Stochastic Frontier Analysis
50
Nativity and Its Bearing on the Students’ Intentions for Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Study
50
Dr. Devi Shetty of Narayana Hrudayalaya: Delivering Quality Cardiac Care to the Masses
50
       
Contents : (Mar. 2019)

Entrepreneurial Prospects of Poultry Layer Farming in Bangladesh: A Stochastic Frontier Analysis
Md. Mahmudul Hassan

The present study analyzes the Technical Efficiency (TE) of poultry layer production in Bangladesh for a sample of 100 poultry farmers selected from Kishoreganj and Dhaka districts in Bangladesh. Stochastic parametric practice is employed to evaluate the TE of the sample poultry farmers. The results show that size of Day Old Chicks (DOC) and feed input played a crucial role in egg output. Estimated mean TE was 34%, 48% and 61% for layer small, medium and large farm respectively and this variation proposes the existence of further opportunities for layer farmers in sample area to intensify their productivity and income with improvements in TE. Different socioeconomic variables were observed to be negatively related to technical inefficiency. Ensuring the availability of quality DOC and feed, vaccination service, tax exemption, subsidy, poultry insurance with an all-out poultry-friendly policy are the needs of the current situation.


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Nativity and Its Bearing on the Students’ Intentions for Entrepreneurship: An Empirical Study
Swetha Jain, Vivek Ranga and P Venkateswarlu

The present paper attempts to identify the difference in the entrepreneurial intentions of the students who have come from rural and urban backgrounds. The study is conducted on the students pursuing management program in a business school in Ahmedabad. Ajzen's (1991) Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) model is applied to understand the predictors of entrepreneurial intentions and the effect of nativity on it. TPB takes into account the psychological variables for explaining the intentions, which offer theoretical framework for predicting the entrepreneurial intentions (Krueger et al., 2000). The results show that independent variables like personal attitude, subjective norm, perceived behavior control and nativity account for 82% of variance in the dependent variable, entrepreneurial intentions. The multiple regression analysis indicates that all the three variables—personal attitude, subjective norm and perceived behavior control—have significant influence on entrepreneurial intentions. However, nativity has no influence on entrepreneurial intentions.


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Dr. Devi Shetty of Narayana Hrudayalaya: Delivering Quality Cardiac Care to the Masses
G V Muralidhara

This case discusses the growth of Narayana Hrudayalaya (NH)–a social enterprise set up with the objective of providing affordable healthcare to the needy – its emergence as a chain of well-run hospitals across India, and its foray into foreign countries. The case further highlights the decision of the company to go in for an IPO and poses the question whether this would affect the social objective of the organization in view of the pressures it would face in achieving short-term results as a publicly listed company.


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