Gender Issues In Entrepreneurship

Author: Maria Minniti
Publisher: Now Publishers Inc
ISBN: 1601983026
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Still, there is much we don't yet understand. Taking stock of what has been learned so far, identifying the main gaps, and encourage scholars to push the frontier of knowledge in this area further are the goals of this work.

The Cultural Foundations Of Economic Development

Author: Emily Chamlee-Wright
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134700105
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Urban Female Entrepreneurship in Ghana Emily Chamlee-Wright. 1 :
walkthroughcentralAccra,the capital city of Ghana, is almost a
religiousexperienceforaneconomist. Ghanaian marketplaces are the site of
intense and vigorous bargaining. Although it is officially illegal to trade outside
the market area designated by the city council, the streets teem with hawkers
selling produce and fish from their head trays.What strikes the ...

Women S Entrepreneurship And Economics

Author: Miguel-Angel Galindo
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781461412939
Size: 57.20 MB
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The role of women in research and in the creation of new businesses has been
scarcely analyzed in the specialized literature. Women in both the sciences and
business started to receive increased attention in the 1980s. This interest is
attributable to the growing importance of women in all social settings. The
evolution of society over the twentieth century has laid the foundations for
considerable advances. Women have entered the labor market and their
presence and participation in ...

International Handbook Of Women And Small Business Entrepreneurship

Author: Sandra L. Fielden
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1845425588
Size: 13.44 MB
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Trade, technology and the division of labor, the three foundations of business, all
predate agriculture, government, religion, law, symbolic communication, and
probably every other organizing social force except the nurturing of progeny,
according to William C. Frederick' (Petzinger, 1999, p. 33). These 'business
genes' seem to be distributed among women on a global scale. Studies of
women small business owners document activities of female entrepreneurs in
both economically ...

The Foundations Of Entrepreneurship

Author: Scott Andrew Shane
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub
ISBN: 9781840643930
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Entrepreneurship and small business research: An historical typology and
directions for future research. American Journal of Small Business, /./(Spring), 9-
20. Johannisson, B. (1988). Emerging female entrepreneurship: Network building
characteristics. Paper prepared for the 18th European Samll Business Seminar,
Gent-Brussels, Belgium. Katz, J., & Gartner, W. B. (1988). Properties of emerging
organizations. Academy of Management Review, 13(3), 429-441. Lambkin, M., &
Day, G.

Women S Entrepreneurship In The 21st Century

Author: Kate V. Lewis
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1782544615
Size: 65.64 MB
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Without theory development regarding gender in entrepreneurship, we lack
strong conceptual foundations for exploring variation in venture creation and
growth between male and female entrepreneurs, and among groups of women (
Jennings and Brush, 2013). A brief review of the literature shows that most
current frameworks of venture creation are approached from an objective
economic perspective, less often considering the influence of social settings,
such as family and ...

Mexican Migration And Economic Development Female Entrepreneurship In Michoacan Mexico

Author: Ellen Burke Kennedy
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... compares contemporary Mexican migration to the flood of European migration
to the U.S. at the turn of the century. Like Mexico, European economic
development was not strictly limited to agricultural improvements, but included
general industrial, technological and social advancements throughout the
sending country. According to Massey, this type of development stimulates
migration for two basic reasons. First, new market systems and capital
substitution erode the foundations of ...