Analysis of Economies of Remmitance and Its Effect on Entrepreneurial Activities, Evidence from Kandebash Vdc, Baglung, Nepal

Topics: Entrepreneurship, Economics, Economy Pages: 2 (606 words) Published: January 10, 2013
Purpose: The main stimulus of this study is to examine the people’s behavior over their capital management, obtained through remittances. The study mainly focuses to investigate the economies of remittance and its effect in entrepreneurship. Sustainable development of any country depends upon the long term investment from the private sector as well as government sector. Every dollar investment in business matters for the economy of country. Entrepreneurial activities of the people should be increase as per grow in the income level. This study tries to find out their investment priorities as the income level increase. Design /Methodology/Approach: The study is a part of investment behavioral activity of people from the least developed countries like Nepal. Remittance is assumed as major factor for increase in income. Both quantitative and qualitative methods of research are adopted for analysis. Data were collected from 76 households of two different villages (randomly selected) of Kandebash Village development Committee of Baglung district by means of questionnaire and structured interview based on their priority investment activities. Information collected from the questionnaire is about the size of the family, age and income before and after remittance and their priorities of future investment. Four different sectors are selected as future investment namely: a. education b. traditional asset (Purchase of land and building) c. business d. general expense. Data analysis is done with simple statistical tools like pie chart, comparison table. Besides this, qualitative explanation of available data also adopt for analysis. Findings: The finding shows that the people are less motivated to establish new business from the remittances. It is found that 41% of people have priorities of their investment on purchase of traditional assets for their settlement to urban area. There are 41% of people willing to invest for their child education. Only 8% of people are wanted to...
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