Woman entrepreneur

Research on female entrepreneurship conditioning factors.

Noguera, M., Alvarez, C., & Urbano, D. (2013). Socio-cultural factors and female entrepreneurship. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal9(2), 183-197.

Alvarez, C., Noguera, M., & Urbano, D. (2012). Condicionantes del entorno y emprendimiento femenino: un estudio cuantitativo en España. Economía industrial, (383), 43-52.

 Research articles about this topic:

Baughn, C.C., Chua, B., Neupert, K.E. (2006). The normative context for women's participation in entrepreneurship: A multicountry study. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 30(5), 687–708.

Brush, C. (1992). Research on women business owners: past trends, a new perspective and future directions. Entrepreneurship Theory and practice. 16(4), 5–30.

Brush, C., de Bruin, A., Welter, F. (2009). A gender-aware framework for women’s entrepreneurship. International Journal of Gender and Entrepreneurship, 1(1), 8– 24.

Carter, S., Rosa, P. (1998). The financing of male -and female- owned business. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 10 (3), 225–241.

De Bruin, A., Brush, C., Welter, F. (2007). Advancing a framework for coherent research on women’s entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 31(3), 323–339.

Gatewood, E.J., Brush, C., Carter, N., Greene, P., Hart, M. (2009). Diana: a symbol of women entrepreneurs’ hunt for knowledge, money, and the rewards of entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, 32(2), 129–145.

Langowitz N., Minniti, M. (2007). The entrepreneurial propensity of women. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 31(3), 341–364.

* Minniti, M., Arenius, P., Langowitz, N. (2005). 2004 Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Special Topic Report: Women and Entrepreneurship, Center for Women’s Leadership at Babson College, Babson Park, MA.

Verheul, I., van Stel, A., Thurik, R. (2006). Explaining female and male entrepreneurship at the country level. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 18(2), 151–183.


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