Women's entrepreneurship in the 21st century : an international multi-level research analysis / edited by Kate V. Lewis ... [et al.]
Contributor(s): Lewis, Kate V [editor.] | DIANA (Conference) (7th : June 2014, Stockholm, Sweden).Material type: BookPublisher: Cheltenham ; Northampton : Edward Elgar, c.2014Description: xviii, 318 p : ill ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781782544609; 1782544607.Subject(s): Businesswomen | Self-employed women | Entrepreneurship | | Business, Business Administration June2015 September2015 November2015DDC classification: 338.04082
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Index : p. 311-318.
Includes bibliographical references.
Advancing theory development in venture creation: signposts for understanding gender / Candida G. Brush, Anne de Bruin and Friederike Welter -- Academic entrepreneurship: multi-level factors associated with female-led incubator projects / Diamanto Politis, Jonas Gabrielsson and �Asa Lindholm Dahlstrand -- Gender congruency theory, experience of discrimination and access to finance / Natalie Sappleton -- Female entrepreneurship in rural Vietnam: an exploratory study / Cuc Nguyen, Howard Frederick and Huong Nguyen -- Women entrepreneurs in Asia: culture and the state in China and Japan / Kathryn Ibata-Arens -- Gender differences in innovation among US entrepreneurs / Alicia Robb and Susan Coleman -- A gender perspective on family business succession: case studies from France / Janice Byrne and Salma Fattoum -- Gender-based differences in the performance of Slovenian high-growth companies / Karin �Sirec and Dijana Mo�cnik -- Growth process of small and medium-sized manufacturing in developing countries: a study of women-owned firms in Bangladesh / Mosfeka Jomaraty and Jerry Courvisanos -- Women entrepreneurs' networking behaviors: perspectives from entrepreneurs and network managers / Claire M. Leitch and Richard T. Harrison -- Heterogeneity of spousal support for French women entrepreneurs / Stephanie Chasserio, Typhaine Leb�egue and Corinne Poroli -- The divisions of labour and responsibilities in business and home among women and men copreneurs in the Czech Republic / Alena K�r�i�zkov�a, Nancy Jurik and Marie Dlouha -- Centering Caribbean women's gendered experiences and identities: a comparative analysis of female entrepreneurs in St Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago / Talia Esnard -- Self-employment and motherhood: the case of Poland / Ewa Lisowska.
This volume takes a multi-dimensional approach to the central theme of gender and entrepreneurship today and in the future. It takes a holistic approach to exploring, via empirical and theoretical lenses, why women's involvement in venture creation matters.