"Women's Entrepreneurship," critically examines the intricate landscape of female entrepreneurship. Through rigorous research and theoretical analysis, the book delves into the socio-economic factors, cultural contexts, and institutional frameworks shaping women's entrepreneurial endeavors. It offers a nuanced understanding of the challenges faced by women in business, while proposing robust frameworks and policy implications to foster an inclusive and supportive entrepreneurial ecosystem.
This edited collection compiles diverse perspectives and empirical research on the role of women in the global entrepreneurial landscape. It delves into the socio-cultural, economic, and policy dimensions shaping women's entrepreneurship across different countries and industries. With contributions from leading scholars, the book offers comprehensive insights into the challenges, opportunities, and transformative potential of women's entrepreneurial activities worldwide.
This edited collection provides a comprehensive exploration of the multifaceted aspects influencing entrepreneurial decision-making and actions. Drawing from diverse theoretical frameworks and empirical studies, the book examines the psychological, social, and environmental factors that shape entrepreneurial behavior. With contributions from leading experts, it offers valuable insights into the intricacies of entrepreneurial cognition, motivation, and strategic management