Describes the role of a leading Indian company leader in the campaign for independence before 1947 and its close relationship with the legendary Mahatma Gandhi. Offers the possibility of the impact of colonialism on the design of Indian entrepreneurship and the role of small Marwari group originally considered from the Marwar region of Rajasthan, in the creation of many of India’s leading companies, including Bajaj. The Bajaj as other Marwari, were traders who transitione after the First World War … Read more »

Describes the role of a leading Indian company leader in the campaign for independence before 1947 and its close relationship with the legendary Mahatma Gandhi. Offers the possibility of the impact of colonialism on the design of Indian entrepreneurship and the role of small Marwari group originally considered from the Marwar region of Rajasthan, in the creation of many of India’s leading companies, including Bajaj. The Bajaj as other Marwari, were traders who converted after the First World War in the production, including production of sugar and steel rollers.
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Geoffrey G. Jones,
Kerry Herman,
Pk Kothandaraman
Source: Harvard Business School
21 pages.
Publication Date: Aug 25,, 2006. Prod #: 807028-PDF-ENG
Jamnalal Bajaj, Mahatma Gandhi, and the struggle for India’s independence HBR case solution

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