New Perspectives on Women Entrepreneurs
John E. Butler
IAP, 2003 - Business & Economics - 279 pages
This volume presents papers offering perspectives on the theme of women entrepreneurs. It is part of a series focusing on research in entrepreneurship and management.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
COMPARING SOCIAL FEMINISM AND LIBERAL FEMINISM The Case of New Firm Growth Nancy M Carter and Mary L Williams
EXPLORING LEADERSHIP VISION New Perspectives on Women Entrepreneurs and Executives Barbara Bird and Candida Brush
FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN GERMANY Context Development and its Reflection in German Media Leona Achterthagen and Friederike We...
WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS Breaking Through the Glass Barrier Nan S Langowitz and Claudia Morgan
WOMEN MICRO ENTREPRENEURS IN HONG KONG Balancing the Personal with the Business Evelyn G H Ng and Catherine W Ng
ARE THE BARRIERS TO BUSINESS STARTUP GREATER FOR FEMALE RECENT GRADUATE ENTREPRENEURS FRGES THAN MALE REC...
ACCOUNTING FOR CHANGE Professionalism as a Challenge to Gender Disadvantage in Entrepreneurship Sara Carter and Sue Marlow
IN SEARCH OF A NEW CELTIC TIGER Female Entrepreneurship in Ireland Colette Henry and Sarah Kennedy
WOMEN BUSINESS OWNERS AND MANAGERS IN POLAND Richard T Bliss Lidija Polutnik and Ewa Lisowska
FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN POST SOVIET COUNTRIES Friederike Welter David Smallbone Elena Aculai Nina Isakova and Natalja Schak...
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
Other editions - View all
analysis Babson College barriers Brush business ownership Business Venturing capital Carter co-researchers companies cultural discourse economic employees employment enterprises entrepreneurial activities entrepreneurial behavior executives experience factors female business female entrepre female entrepreneurs female entrepreneurship feminism feminist theory financing focus focused FRGEs gender differences graduate entrepreneurs growth Hisrich Hong Kong important included increase industry institutional Ireland Journal of Business Journal of Small Larwood less liberal feminism Marxist feminism Moldova motivation MRGEs ness networks neurs neurship organizational organizations overall perspective Poland practices preneurs professional profiles response RGEs role sample Sara Carter sector self-employed persons self-employment significant Small Business Management social society Soviet start-up statistics strategy success survey Table tion transition transition economies turnover Ukraine University University College Cork Uzbekistan variable WBOC West Germany woman women business owners women entrepreneurs women-owned businesses women-owned firms