Latha Krishnan

Latha Krishnan
CMR University · Management

Post Doctoral Fellowship IIT Madras

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Introduction
My current interest are MSME Entrepreneurship, Women studies, global entrepreneurship. I use Structural equation modelling and factor analysis..
Education
September 2020 - December 2021
Deakin University
Field of study
  • Management
June 2010 - June 2012
IIT Madras
Field of study
  • Management
May 2006 - March 2010
Alagappa University
Field of study
  • Management

Publications

Publications (6)
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Many entrepreneurship researchers share the opinion that entrepreneurship is a positive force which enhances employment generation and promotes new products and services to meet the needs and wants of their clients. However; emphasis on entrepreneurship within micro enterprises is limited. Hence, an attempt was made to identify and assess entrepren...
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Stress amoung college students is a common phenomenon and is part and parcel of their life. Many social scientist have researched the topic to determine the sources of stress. If this task is completed, it would probably easy to manage and control stress. Furthermore, students could be informed about the campus resources available to help them addr...
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Women are the most preponderant segment of the rural society who have long been bypassed or overlooked in the process of empowerment. The decadal efforts of bringing women into mainstream are gaining momentum with self-help approach. Self-help groups (SHGs) focusing on microfinance is proving to be a promising and innovative strategy of reaching th...
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The rationale for studying clinical environments is based on the assumption that negative environmental factors impinge on clinicians and result in negative client-clinician interaction and outcome. Negative effects of the clinical environment are factors such as stress, job dissatisfaction and burn-out. This article focuses on these factors among...

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