Gender Impact on Women Entrepreneurs: A Cultural Analysis
Clare M D'Souza; Selena Lim; Ramya Hewarathna;
Subject: Women entrepreneurs, India, Socio-cultural, Caste system, SEX | RePEc:edi:smlatau [Women entrepreneurs, India, Socio-cultural, Caste system, SEX EDIRC Provider-Institution]
Despite many approaches undertaken by researchers to examine women entrepreneurs, gender issues and the effects of the caste system lie on assumptions that have not been empirically validated. This paper compares male and female entrepreneurs by moving beyond the more g... View more
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