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Entrepreneurship and Organizational Behavior and Rural Economic Development
Proposal Submission Deadline:
Sept. 25th, 2016
Notification of Acceptance:
Oct. 5th, 2016
Full Chapter Submission:
Oct. 25th, 2016
Review Results Returned:
Nov. 10th, 2016
Final Acceptance Notifications:
Nov. 20th, 2016
Proposal Submission Deadline: Sept. 25th, 2016
1-2 pages including abstract, chapter objectives and chapter outlines with Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF format. Submit to pri.lot2000@gmail.com with the subject title as: “Entrepreneurship and Organizational Behavior and Rural Economic Development - Chapter Proposal”.
Full Chapter Submission Deadline: Oct. 25th, 2016
Book Editors
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Priyanka Sharma
C/O Director Department of Life Long Learning, University of Jammu, Jammu, India
Email: pri.lot2000@gmail.com
Proposed Editorial Board:
1.Professor N K Chadha, University of Delhi, Delhi, India
2.Professor Anand Prakash, Department of Psychology, University of Delhi, Delhi, India
3.Dr.C.S.Singhal, HOD PGDRM, NIRD Hyderabad, Ph.D. (Psychology), PGDHRM, PGDJ& MC, PDM (AIM Philippines)
4.Professor Poonam Dhawan, Director DLL, University of Jammu, Jammu, India
5.Professor Arti Bhakhshi, Department of Psychology, University of Jammu, Jammu, India
6.Dr. Jeevan Jyoti, Department of Commerce, University of Jammu, Jammu, India
Introduction
The proposed book is divided in two parts:
Part I
To Uncover the dynamics of organizations promoting entrepreneurship. The main focus is on the relationship between individuals and teams on the one hand and the organizational dynamics of funding, change and long run competitive performance on the other. This includes studies of demography, population ecology, motivation, personality, health, social networks, diversity and social comparison. Drawing on research from economics, psychology and sociology, the book aims at contributing to a cross-disciplinary understanding of organizations promoting entrepreneurship, how individuals affect them, and how individuals are affected by the dynamics within and between organizations.
Part II
This part deals with dynamics of entrepreneurship in Rural Sectar. Rural development is more than ever before linked to entrepreneurship. Institutions and individuals promoting rural development now see entrepreneurship as a strategic development intervention that could accelerate the rural development process. Furthermore, institutions and individuals seem to agree on the urgent need to promote rural enterprises: development agencies see rural entrepreneurship as an enormous employment potential; politicians see it as the key strategy to prevent rural unrest; farmers see it as an instrument for improving farm earnings; and women see it as an employment possibility near their homes which provides autonomy, independence and a reduced need for social support. To all these groups, however, entrepreneurship stands as a vehicle to improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities and to sustain a healthy economy and environment.
The entrepreneurial orientation to rural development accepts entrepreneurship as the central force of economic growth and development, without it other factors of development will be wasted or frittered away. However, the acceptance of entrepreneurship as a central development force by itself will not lead to rural development and the advancement of rural enterprises. What is needed in addition is an environment enabling entrepreneurship in rural areas. The existence of such an environment largely depends on policies promoting rural entrepreneurship. The effectiveness of such policies in turn depends on a conceptual framework about entrepreneurship, i.e., what it is and where it comes from.
Tentative Topics
1. Entrepreneurship, concept and dimensions
2. Theories and dynamics of entrepreneurship
3. Ecology and population
4. Demography profiling and entrepreneurship
5. Personality, motivation and achievement motivation
6. Organizational culture, climate and leadership dynamics
7. Diversity, social networks and comparisons
Objectives
The multiple objectives of the proposed book are:
1.To prepare a comprehensive view about the available theoretical base for entrepreneurship and also document the recent developments in the field of entrepreneurship.
2.To document and analyze the impact of the policies and programmes offered by the Govt. of India for promoting entrepreneurship.
3.To understand the dynamics and nuisances of entrepreneurship in Rural India.
4.To reflect upon the impact of the policies on Rural Entrepreneurship on various parts of India.
5.To guide a path ahead for promoting Entrepreneurship in India, with special focus of regional specificities.
6.Globalization and entrepreneurial realities in India.
7.To chalk a comprehensive plan for entrepreneurial education in India.
8.Any other related issue.
Aims
The proposed book aims to provide comprehensive/ holistic knowledge about the issues addressing multifarious domains of entrepreneurship for the following audience:
1. Students
2. Unemployed youth
3. Aspiring entrepreneurs
4. Policy makers
5. Educationists
6. Institutions promoting entrepreneurship
Chapter Submission Procedure
Researchers are invited to submit on or before Oct. 25th, 2016 full chapters. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind review basis. Review Results are expected to be returned before Nov. 10th, 2016.. Contributors may also be requested to serve as a reviewer for this project. Final Acceptance are expected to be noticed before Nov. 20th, 2016.
Publisher
This book is scheduled to be published by Science Publishing Group and it is anticipated to be released in 2017.
Inquiries
If you have any inquiries about this program, please contact Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Priyanka Sharma.
Email: pri.lot2000@gmail.com
ADDRESS
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