Institutions, Resilience, and Dynamic Capabilities of Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in Emerging Economies
Shivani Inder, Amandeep Singh, Sandhir Sharma
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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