International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part O (2015)
Entrepreneurship Visited In Ideological Paradigms and Social Contexts
Mohammad Israr Khan
Entrepreneurship is an agent of change in the products and processes as well as in the mode and relations of production. From this causality perspective, it is both a part of labour exploitation and a liberator of that exploitation via state-entrepreneurship or ‘trustification’. On the other hand, the socio-economic dimensions of entrepreneurship exhibit devastating dichotomies, constraints, and hierarchies whose amelioration deserves sincere efforts and attention. Relying on literature survey and observations, this paper discusses entrepreneurship in an ideological frame and holds the social, economic and policy environment responsible for both the change and status quo. It deduces that entrepreneurship is an underutilized phenomenon constrained by many contextual factors. Though the optimum supply of entrepreneurship is desirable, yet, its fullest expression requires freedom from exclusive and exclusionary prerogatives and restrictive environments globally and nationally.
How to cite this article:
Mohammad Israr Khan. Entrepreneurship Visited In Ideological Paradigms and Social Contexts. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(10): 1033-1040.