Community origins of industrial entrepreneurship: Theory and historical evidence from India
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- IGC Research on India
University of Warwick
The transition from agriculture to trade and the subsequent transition from trade to manufacturing are key stages in the development process. In countries where a substantial manufacturing sector exists, a few small communities often dominate it. This project seeks to examine, theoretically and empirically, the role played by community networks in the transition from trade to industry.
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