The detailed qualitative accounts not only are generally applicable to case studies to explore or describe the data in the real-life environment but also help to explain the complexities of real-life situations which may not be captured through experimental or survey-based data or research.
A case study can give access to not only the numerical information concerning the strategies used but also the reasons for the strategy use, and how the strategies are used in relation to other strategies.
This has often led to a lack of ownership on the part of the local population and beneficiaries.
It is exemplified by the fact that once the finances of a project dry out, the interest of the local population also recedes.
Community-based entrepreneurship is considered to be an important instrument for the realization of potential among marginal and deprived communities isolated from the mainstream economy and is important in bringing social upliftment.
Cultural values, shared resources, linkages, and mutual trust work for the community, nurtured through close personal relations for the functioning of economic activities.
The examination of the data is most often conducted within the context of its use (Yin ), that is, within the situation in which the activity takes place.
To explore the strategies the reader uses, observing the subject within her environment provides great depth which isolates a phenomenon from its context, focusing on a limited number of variables.
Generally, developing or poor countries suffer from adverse determinants in the context of entrepreneurial activities.
In the case of India, these determining factors are more in number and pronounced.