Case Study Of Rural And Social Entrepreneurship

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It is evident that the real effect of developmental interventions has been compromising in respect to community development and eventually contributes to the creation of real poverty rather than alleviation (Cornwall ).

It is evident that the real effect of developmental interventions has been compromising in respect to community development and eventually contributes to the creation of real poverty rather than alleviation (Cornwall ).

This paper tries to follow a case study method to analyze the community-based entrepreneurship in a marginal community (Muslim).Generally, developing or poor countries suffer from adverse determinants in the context of entrepreneurial activities.In the case of India, these determining factors are more in number and pronounced.In addition, inquiries suffer from a uniformity of methods, and a case study design reigns. The study has taken Friendly Mart as a case study to understand community-based entrepreneurship; events and activities are limited to a single occurrence.However, the drawback of a single-case design is its inability to provide a generalizing conclusion.This has often led to a lack of ownership on the part of the local population and beneficiaries.It is exemplified by the fact that once the finances of a project dry out, the interest of the local population also recedes.Although this study emphasis on qualitative research for the formulation of key concepts and operationalization; another important requirement is the availability of a requisite data, and it is rather problematic in general for the formulation of key concepts and operationalization, a second requirement is the availability of a requisite data, and this is still rather problematic in general.Expectedly, this study is based on primary data on the case.This study tries to examine a community-based entrepreneurship through a case study approach with an implicit research question on how it can lead to livelihood development and eventual empowerment of the community at large.This paper is comprised of a conceptual and empirical analysis, with the application of a case study method in a community-based retail chain for furthering of the concept, with the application of a case study method in a community-based retail chain with an aim of understanding the concept further.

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