Global Entrepreneurship Monitor India Report 2018/19
A National Study on Entrepreneurship
The GEM India report 2018-19 is an outcome of collective efforts of the GEM India consortium that strives to capture and understand the current state of affairs in Indian entrepreneurship. This report provides information on the entrepreneurship ecosystem prevailing in the country and entrepreneurial activities being carried out at the regional level. This report is the fourth national-level report by the GEM India Team.
The GEM India study, conducted using a well-established GEM research methodology that is consistent across all participating countries, generates a variety of relevant primary information on different aspects of entrepreneurship and provides harmonized measures about individual's attributes and their activities in different phases of entrepreneurship. The key outcomes of the research reported in the book are relevant to researchers, policymakers, entrepreneurs and corporate houses.
Table of Contents
1. Business and Entrepreneurship Perspective in India 2. Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII) Initiatives 3. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Conceptual Framework 4. Measuring Entrepreneurship Activity in India 5. Entrepreneurship Framework Conditions in India: National Expert Survey (NES) 6. Conclusion and Policy Suggestions
Sunil Shukla, Director-General Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India
Navniit Siingh Chatwal, Executive Director, Centre for Entrepreneurship Development Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal
Pankaj Bharti, Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India
Amit Kumar Dwivedi, Associate Professor, Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India
Vinod Shastri, Head Academics & Research - Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Bennett University, Greater Noida