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Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business Innovation
Number of Followers: 9  

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ISSN (Print) 2332-8851
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  • A Study on Financing Pattern of Working Capital in IT Sector Companies in

    • Authors: Dr. Pradip Kumar Das
      Abstract: Working capital in business is akin to that of heart in human body. Efficient working capital management requires well-balanced funds without which either scarcity of funds will cause obstruction in the smooth functioning of an organization or excess funds will prevent an organization from conducting its operation dexterously. Hence, a great deal of attention must be given to the management of current assets investment in an organization. Management can exercise different sources astutely in financing working capital. In this paper, an attempt has been made to unearth the size of short-term financing pattern used to finance current assets along with the contribution of various sources in the context of the selected five IT sector companies. This paper epitomizes an empirical study of the selected companies in India from diverse perspectives through statistical techniques, tables, secondary data collection strategy accessed through Internet and academic databases viz. literature reviews, website, books, journals, annual reports, etc. from 2012-2013 to 2021-2022. The results of the study show that short-term financing does not meet the full financial requirements of current assets and proportion of various short-term sources in financing working capital requirements has also mixed pattern over the years in the selected units under study.
      PubDate: Sun, 23 Oct 2022 02:44:34 -070
  • The Effect of Business Support from Business Incubator towards the
           Performance of Entrepreneurs in the Early Start-Up Companies in Malaysia
           with the Moderating Effect of Risk-taking Propensity

    • Authors: Mohd Noor Hidayat Jimainal; Ramraini Ali Hassan, Khairiah Mazdiah Kalimin, Rudy Ansar, Brahim Chekima, Lim Ming Fook
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine how the business support offered by business incubators affects the performance of early start-up entrepreneurs Malaysia with risk-taking propensity as the moderating role. Respondents for this study are among graduated entrepreneurs from business incubators that are located at Sarawak, Sabah, Penang, Johor, Kuala Lumpur, and Selangor. The analysis for this study was done based on 100 questionnaires using the Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) technique using Partial Least Squares (PLS). The findings indicated that business support does have positive significant impact on entrepreneur’s performance in the early start-up companies. In contrast, risk-taking propensity as a moderating role does not have significant impact towards entrepreneur’s performance in the early start-up companies in Malaysia. The findings of this study may aid to the policymaker and government as a standard while business incubator is able to understand more about entrepreneurs within the business incubator. Furthermore, other scholars can benefit from this study to serve as a guideline for their future research in similar field of study.
      PubDate: Tue, 20 Sep 2022 07:13:43 -070
  • Entrepreneurial Finance Revising the Finance 101 Course

    • Authors: Dennis Ridley; Felipe Llaugel
      Abstract: A summary review of the business finance course syllabi of eight institutions is presented. Then one other typical syllabus for the financial management of the firm was examined in detail. A review of the CDR model (Capitalism, Democracy and Rule of law) and its implications are explored in consideration of the finance courses. Traditional business education pedagogy is analyzed as well as the information theory of finance to put in context the need of some improvement. Information theory is introduced as a measure of uncertainty, because it is more dynamic and general than variance in the data. The syllabi tend to overlook the need for an understanding of capital and all its sources, collaboration for research and development, and entrepreneurship. The objective of the paper is to make suggestions for modifying current syllabi to correct these shortcomings. A brief explanation of the CDR model and the effect in the gross domestic product is presented in the appendix.
      PubDate: Wed, 13 Jul 2022 07:44:01 -070
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