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The Woman Entrepreneur: Management Skills and Business Problems

The Woman Entrepreneur: Management Skills and Business Problems,Candida G Brush

The Woman Entrepreneur: Management Skills and Business Problems   (Citations: 76)
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    • ...Studies appeared from the 1980s onwards that analyse issues related to women entrepreneurs that highlight gender differences amongst business owners: the characteristics of the firm (Cuba, Descenzo, & Anish, 1983), motivation for undertaking business creation (Cromie, 1987; Kaplan, 1988; Schwartz, 1976), entrepreneurs' evaluations of the barriers to the start up and development of the activity (Pellegrino & Reece, 1982), their personal traits (Hisrich & O'Brien, 1981), the way in which they manage the firm (Chaganti, 1986; Cuba et al, 1983; Hisrich & Brush, 1984), chosen sectors of activity, financial strategy, growth patterns (Andersén, 2011; Arendt & Brettel, 2010; Aspara, Lamberg, Laukia, & Tikkanen, 2011; Boden & Nucci, 2000; Cáceres‐Carrasco & Guzmán‐Cuevas, 2010; Franco & Haase, 2010; Krasniqi, 2010; Liu & Hsu, 2011; Park, Lee, & Hong, 2011; Salavou, 2010; Smolarski & Kut, 2011; Sonmez & Moorhouse, 2010; Ullah, Abbas, & Akbar, 2010; Visscher & Visscher‐Voerman, 2010), and the determining factors of success for women entrepreneurs (Hisrich & Brush, 1986)...

    Gary Akehurstet al. Women entrepreneurship in small service firms: motivations, barriers a...

    • ...Fulfillment of Needs in Community (Pilz 1995), Self-Actualization (Pilz 1995; McClelland 1987), Desire to Serve (Pilz 1995), Desire to Achieve Change and enhance social connections (Hisrich and Brush 1984), independence, Self-Evaluation (Pilz 1995; Bilodeau and Slivinski 1996) are examined to be low...

    Viju Mathew. Women entrepreneurship in Middle East: Understanding barriers and use ...

    • ...It leads to the ability to expand occupational choices, break away from occupational stereotypes, and move into nontraditional work environment such as entrepreneurship and selfemployment (Hisrich and Brush 1984; Daily et al. 1999; Jackson 1998)...
    • ...Such limitations are found to lead to career dissatisfaction (Hisrich and Brush 1984; Daily et al. 1999 ;J ackson1998) and in turn to decision to become self-employed (Moore and Buttner 1997 ;M aume1999)...
    • ...are not being equally valued as their men colleagues in terms of salary and advancement, the higher is the likelihood that they will feel frustrated and leave traditional wage work environment to start their own businesses (Hisrich and Brush 1984; Daily et al. 1999; Jackson 1998)...
    • ...Traditionally, authors have explained that wage discrimination leads to dissatisfaction which in turn leads to self-employment (Hisrich and Brush 1984; Daily et al. 1999; Jackson 1998)...

    Nada Kobeissi. Gender factors and female entrepreneurship: International evidence and...

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