Monder Ram mainly focuses on Economic growth, Entrepreneurship, Context, Small business and Public relations. His study on Access to finance is often connected to Business activities as part of broader study in Economic growth. His Entrepreneurship research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phenomenon, Economic system and Social exclusion.
Small business is a subfield of Marketing that he tackles. The study incorporates disciplines such as Supply chain and Purchasing in addition to Public relations. As a member of one scientific family, Monder Ram mostly works in the field of Racism, focusing on Scope and, on occasion, Embeddedness.
Monder Ram focuses on Public relations, Entrepreneurship, Small business, Context and Economic growth. Monder Ram has researched Public relations in several fields, including Industrial relations, Action research and Public administration. His work deals with themes such as Political economy, Subject, Portfolio, Field and Embeddedness, which intersect with Entrepreneurship.
Monder Ram has included themes like Economy, Meaning, Economic geography and Industrial organization in his Embeddedness study. Monder Ram works mostly in the field of Small business, limiting it down to topics relating to Diversity and, in certain cases, Supply chain. As part of his studies on Economic growth, Monder Ram frequently links adjacent subjects like Demographic economics.
Entrepreneurship, Economic growth, Public relations, Embeddedness and Procurement are his primary areas of study. His study in Entrepreneurship is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Financial economics and Gender studies. In the field of Economic growth, his study on Access to finance overlaps with subjects such as Context and Inclusive growth.
His Public relations research incorporates elements of Action research, Business development and Critical realism. His research integrates issues of Economy, Economic system, Economic geography and Meaning in his study of Embeddedness. The concepts of his Economic geography study are interwoven with issues in Racism and Field.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Embeddedness, Public relations, Economy, Perspective and Racism. His Embeddedness research includes themes of Positive economics, Originality, Informal sector, Scholarship and Economic system. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Small business, Action research and Critical realism.
His Economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Phenomenon and Scope. Among his research on Perspective, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Entrepreneurship, Field, Economic growth and Context. Monder Ram incorporates Racism and Business activities in his studies.
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Managing to Survive: Working Lives in Small Firms
Case-Study Method in Small Business and Entrepreneurial Research: Mapping Boundaries and Perspectives
Lew Perren;Monder Ram.
International Small Business Journal (2004)
Relative Merits: Family Culture and Kinship in Small Firms
Monder Ram;Ruth Holliday.
Fix or fixation? The contributions and limitations of entrepreneurship and small firms to combating social exclusion
Robert Blackburn;Monder Ram.
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development (2006)
The dynamics of informality : employment relations in small firms and the effects of regulatory change
Monder Ram;P. K. Edwards;Mark William Gilman;James Arrowsmith.
Work, Employment & Society (2001)
Reassesing portfolio entrepreneurship
Sara Carter;Monder Ram.
Small Business Economics (2003)
Barriers to ethnic minority and women's enterprise: existing evidence, policy tensions and unsettled questions
Sara Carter;Samuel Mwaura;Monder Ram;Kiran Trehan.
International Small Business Journal (2015)
Forms of capital, mixed embeddedness and Somali enterprise
Monder Ram;Nicholas Theodorakopoulos;Trevor Jones.
Work, Employment & Society (2008)
Ethnic-Minority Businesses in the UK: A Review of Research and Policy Developments:
Monder Ram;Trevor Jones.
Environment and Planning C-government and Policy (2008)
Policies to support ethnic minority enterprise: the English experience
Monder Ram;David Smallbone.
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development (2003)
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