Gender and Entrepreneurship
'This book is a clear and succinct documentation of what seems to me to be the first leg in a journey to search for superior theoretical explanation for inter-country gender differences in entrepreneurship, by a researcher with a "passion for soc
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Aldrich analysis argued Austrian school Babson College Bourdieu Bourdieu’s theory business creation business start-up cognition concept context country and gender country-level cultural capital definitions of legitimacy Descriptive Statistics economic capital economic surplus effect expectations state theory experience explain fear failure fear of failure female field of practice findings forms of capital framework gender and entrepreneurship gender culture gender differences gender gap habitus household income income inequality individual level individual-level inﬂuence interactions Lenski likelihood London Business School male material factors measures Model multilevel multilevel modelling nascent entrepreneur nascent entrepreneurship national culture networks particular patterns of entrepreneurship perceptions perspective practice theory view Probability of Nascent processes random rates of entrepreneurship reﬂection Reynolds Ridgeway sample social action social capital social position societies sociological start-up skills status characteristics status expectations strategies of action study of entrepreneurship symbolic capital tend theoretical theories of entrepreneurship variables view of entrepreneurship women worldviews