Gender at the Border: Entrepreneurship in Rural Post-socialist Hungary
Ashgate, 2005 - Business & Economics - 142 pages
Looking at border regions in both western and eastern Hungary, this text compares and analyzes the relative levels of encouragement of entrepreneurial activities and gender differences in these areas, thus highlighting the importance of borders within the changing European Union.
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GENDER AT THE BORDER: Entrepreneurship in Rural Post-socialist Hungary
JANET HENSHALL. MOMSEN
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