Received: 27 April 2021|
Revised: : 18 June 2021 |
Accepted: : 6 September 2021
Vol 29, Issue-4, October-December 2021
Abstract Purpose: This paper examines the global scenario of MSMEs, the impact of globalization, the role of MSMEs in India, the growth perspectives of MSMEs during the pre-and post-globalization period, the critical challenges, and the role of the Government in encouraging and developing MSMEs Methodology: The study considers the secondary data related to the pre-and postglobalization period and analyzes the growth perspectives. In addition, the study examines the critical challenges and also Government initiatives in the developmen of MSMEs Download View
Keywords: Economy, Enterprises, Entrepreneurship, Globalization, Innovation, Performance
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