Research Interests

Why I choose Entrepreneurship as A Research Area? 

As a Ph.D. student, conducting research on entrepreneurship can provide numerous benefits and opportunities. Specially I choose to conduct research on the following areas-

  • Entrepreneurship Intention
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Digital Entrepreneurship an Innovation
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Employee Behavior

 Here are several reasons why I am pursuing entrepreneurship research can be valuable:

1. Academic Contribution:

By conducting research in entrepreneurship, you have the opportunity to contribute to the academic knowledge and understanding of the field. Your work can help fill gaps in existing literature, propose new theories or frameworks, and provide insights into entrepreneurial phenomena. This contribution can advance the field of entrepreneurship and provide a foundation for future research.

2. Practical Relevance:

Entrepreneurship research often has direct implications for practice. Your findings can help inform entrepreneurs, policymakers, and stakeholders about effective strategies, best practices, and potential challenges in starting and growing ventures. By bridging the gap between theory and practice, your research can have a real-world impact and contribute to the development of entrepreneurial ecosystems.

3. Policy Development:

Entrepreneurship research can influence policy decisions at various levels, such as local, regional, or national governments. By investigating the factors that promote or hinder entrepreneurial activity, you can provide evidence-based recommendations for policymakers. This can lead to the creation of supportive environments, entrepreneurial incentives, and the development of programs that foster innovation and economic growth.

4. Career Opportunities:

Engaging in entrepreneurship research can open up diverse career opportunities. You can pursue academic positions as a professor or researcher, contributing to the education and development of future entrepreneurs. Additionally, your expertise in entrepreneurship can be valuable in consulting, advising startups and organizations, or working in government agencies focused on economic development.

5. Personal Growth:

Undertaking research in entrepreneurship allows you to develop various skills that can benefit you personally and professionally. These skills include critical thinking, problem-solving, data analysis, research design, and effective communication. Research experience also enhances your ability to work independently, manage projects, and collaborate with diverse stakeholders.

6. Entrepreneurial Mindset:

Engaging in entrepreneurship research provides you with an opportunity to cultivate an entrepreneurial mindset. This mindset encourages creativity, innovation, and an ability to identify and seize opportunities. It equips you with skills that are highly valued in today’s rapidly changing and competitive environment, regardless of whether you ultimately pursue an entrepreneurial career.

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