International Research journal of Management Science and Technology

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Vol -  11, Issue- 2 ,         Page(s) : 59 - 66  (2020 ) DOI :


Entrepreneurship has not attained an infiltrate as the main concept that may explicate the inherently significant attributes of the entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship may be able to contribute the conceptual motivation to accommodate the interest in the process theories through a creative view. This study systematically examines the problems, opportunities and success variables regarding entrepreneurship. The research highlighted the significance of multi-country researches regarding entrepreneurial activities and different problems to enable the comparison and draw a meaningful contribution to practice and policy formation. Many research papers and articles published in different journals of the period from 1990 to 2019 have been studied to conduct a systematic study. This systematic study tried to categorize the research findings of different studies regarding the process to start the enterprise, problems, and entrepreneurship in global and country context and other variables of entrepreneurial activities theories and methodology. It is identified during the study form the explored literature that entrepreneurship is highly fragmented with a gap regarding content theories and methodology. This research analyzed some aspects related to entrepreneurship in a context and gives an interconnected analysis. This research also expands the understanding of entrepreneurship and contributes to the understanding of entrepreneurship around the world.

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