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Entrepreneurship has become the hot cake in town nowadays thanks to recession and ever increasing inflation. The primitive economics and psychological theories have the answer to same.

Entrepreneurship has become the hot cake in town nowadays thanks to recession and ever increasing inflation. The primitive economics and psychological theories have the answer to same.

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  • THEORIES OFENTREPRENEURSHIP Prof. Akshay Ganbote Prof. Akshay Ganbote 1
  • • Entrepreneurship is an evolved thing.• Undergone metamorphosis change and emerged as a critical input for socio-economic development.• The theories propounded by them can be categorized as under- Sociological theories, Economic theories, Cultural theories, Psychological theories. Prof. Akshay Ganbote 2
  • • Schumpeter - innovation• McClelland - high need for achievement• Hagen - creative personality Prof. Akshay Ganbote 3
  • Schumpeter theory of entrepreneurship• Pioneering work of economic development.• Carrying out of new combination of entrepreneurship is basically a creative activity.• entrepreneur is one who perceives the opportunities to innovate Prof. Akshay Ganbote 4
  • 5 cases of Schumpeter• The introduction of new goods; consumers are not yet familiar, of a new quality.• The introduction of new method of production.• The opening of new market.• The conquest of new source of supply of raw material.• The carrying out of new organization. Prof. Akshay Ganbote 5
  • Features of TheoryInvention Innovation• Invention means creation of • Innovation means new things application of new things onto practical use.1. Emphasis on the role of entrepreneurial functions in economic development.2. Development means basic transformation of the economy that is brought about by entrepreneurial functions.3. Represents the enterprise with the R & D and innovative character. [But developing countries lack these character]4. The theory emphasizes on innovation and excludes the risk taking and organizing aspects.5. These are large scale businessman who introduce new technology, method of production. : Prof. Akshay Ganbote 6
  • Critical evaluation schumpeter’s theory of innovation1- The theory has the scope of entrepreneurism in the sense that it has included the individual businessman along with the directors and managers of the company.2 Schumpeters innovating entrepreneurs represents the enterprise with the R & D and innovative character. But developing countries lack these character.3 The theory emphasizes on innovation and excludes the risk taking and organizing aspects.4 Schumpeter’s entrepreneurs are large scale businessman who introduce new technology, method of production. Prof. Akshay Ganbote 7