Entrepreneurship Development as a Strategy for Industrialization

Industrialization is most wanted for development of economy. So, entrepreneurship development as a strategy for industrialization is most effective way to develop this sector.

Successful entrepreneurship means nothing less than the creation of wealth. There can be neither significant wealth nor major increase in the level of wealth without entrepreneurship.

Industrial development, which is one of the avenues for creating wealth, is a major entrepreneurial activity. This claim is substantiated by the evidence found is the history of developed and newly industrialized countries.

Entrepreneurship development as a strategy for industrialization

According to information of fortune each of the most successful 500 companies in the USA was started and developed by one or more entrepreneurs. These founders engineered the major advances over the years and were assisted by later generations of corporate entrepreneurs who were successors without portfolio.

They along with other thousands and thousands account for the lion’s share of new jobs, a disproportionate share of new innovations, plus high share of exports and taxes per every dollar of invested capital in the USA and overall economic development of the country.

In the newly industrialized countries of Asia, the entrepreneurs played significant role in realizing the goals of their rapid industrialization program.

The newly industrialized countries namely, South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Malaysia, popularly known as “Asian Tigers” achieved high economic growth during the recent years due to the constructive role of the entrepreneurs.

The public polices in these countries emphasized on the development of human capital and flourishment of entrepreneurial spirit by providing various support services to individuals and groups of individuals.

The impact of human resource development effort was very significant towards productivity growth and largely accounted for their rapid economic growth.

Rapid industrialization an inescapable necessity for economic growth of the developing countries. Industrialization is especially important for generating employment opportunities to tackle the menacing problem of unemployment of educated and semi-educated youths in these countries.

In the context of present free market economic system, rapid technological change and its impact on the production system, more dependence on foreign assistance for financing development programs the entrepreneurs in developing countries must rise up to the occasion the meet the challenge of time and space in keeping the productive sector more competitive and viable.

Indeed entrepreneurs in developing countries must rise up to the occasion to meet challenge of time and space in keeping the productive sector more competitive and viable. Indeed entrepreneurs in developing countries have to perform more dynamic functions than their counterparts in developed ones.

The dynamic functions conclude perceiving new opportunities and potentialities, technology transfer and adoption, innovation and transforming innovative ideas into realities, emulation of experience form the countries, improvement of indigenous technology, taking appropriate investment decision, bearing calculated risk associated with investment, efficient management of enterprises and working for social justice.

It is for these reasons; entrepreneurship development has become a critical necessity.

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