Muslim artisans, craftsmen, and traders: issues in entrepreneurship
Icon Publications, 2006 - Art - 266 pages
Social Scientists Have Paid Little Attention To Study Society And Economy Of Indian Muslims. Why Have They Been Reduced To The Level Of Backward And Marginalized Community? How Can Their Socio-Economic And Educational Conditions Be Ameliorated? Can They Not Become Self-Reliant? How Can Entrepreneurship Be Promoted Among Them? The Book Provides Information Related With The Contributions Of Indian Muslims To The National Economy And Their Economic Conditions. One May Find Reflections Of Scholars On These Questions In The Book. Therefore, The Book Is A Humble Attempt To Explore Heritage Of Arts, Crafts And Business Among Indian Muslims And Highlights Problems And Prospects Of Artisans, Craftsmen And Traders. This Book Contains 21 Articles Of Well-Known Social Scientists, Activists And Media Persons That Are Qualitative And Ethnographic In Nature Than Statistical Or Quantitative.
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