Global Women's Entrepreneurship Research: Diverse Settings, Questions, and Approaches
Karen D. Hughes, Jennifer E. Jennings
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
Global Women's Entrepreneurship Research responds to recent calls from academic researchers and policy analysts alike to pay greater attention to the diversity and heterogeneity among women entrepreneurs. Drawing together studies by 26 researchers aff
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showcasing the diversity of womens entrepreneurship research
PART I Diverse Settings
the effects of national context on female migrant entrepreneurs
challenges in institutional financing
a multilevel institutional approach
examining the roles of financial capital and motivations
PART II Diverse Questions
5 How do social welfare and support systems influence the attitudes of female entrepreneurs towards risk and options?
8 Do highly accomplished female entrepreneurs tend to give away success?
PART III Diverse Approaches
a multicountry investigation
10 Sectoral segregation or gendered practices? A case study of roles and identities in a copreneurial venture
a reflexive approach
reflecting on the diversity of womens entrepreneurship research
6 Should women go into business with their family partner?
7 Are women more likely to pursue social and environmental entrepreneurship?
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