4 edition of Women entrepreneurship and social capital found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Iiris Aaltio, Paula Kyrö and Elisabeth Sundin, editors.|
|Contributions||Aaltio-Marjosola, Iiris., Kyrö, Paula, 1953-, Sundin, Elisabeth.|
|LC Classifications||HD6053 .W6295 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||2008273487|
The nascent field of social entrepreneurship is growing rapidly and attracting increased attention from many sectors. The term itself shows up frequently in the media, is referenced by public officials, has become common on university campuses, and informs the strategy of several prominent social sector organizations, including Ashoka and the Schwab and Skoll Foundation foundations. Advanced Search. Browse.
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Programs that increase women’s social networks and that train adolescent girls before they enter the labor market have shown success in increasing women’s entrepreneurship. Design Contracts that Better Support Women Entrepreneurs: Providing a grace period for loan repayment increases short-term business investment and long-term profits, but. Studies on women entrepreneurship have witnessed a rapid growth over the past 30 years. The field is in an adolescence stage with a considerable number of journal articles, literature reviews and books being published on women entrepreneurs. The objective of this study is twofold. First is to examine the number of papers published on women entrepreneurship in 12 established Cited by:
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Grow Why Social Capital Is Key to Entrepreneurs' Success It's nice to think that entrepreneurship is a meritocracy. Dora Moscoso, of the Inter. Get this from a library. Women entrepreneurship and social capital: a dialogue and construction.
[Iiris Aaltio-Marjosola; Paula Kyrö; Elisabeth Sundin;] -- "This book explores social capital as the multiple relationships between gender, management and entrepreneurship. Human resources are the social capital of a firm and business life, based on trust as. Pipeline Angels: A network of new and seasoned women investors creating capital for women and non-binary femme social Women entrepreneurship and social capital book.
37 Angels:. Constructing social capital and enhancing the organizations network resources for the expansion of women entrepreneurship space has become essential in the context of constructing harmonious society.
Keywords: Social capital, Female Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurial Motivation, Entrepreneurial Success 1. INTRODUCTION. The second reason is that the topic of women in entrepreneurship has been largely neglected both in society in general and in the social sciences.
Not only have women lower participation rates in entrepreneurship than men but they also generally choose to start and manage firms in different industries than men tend to Size: 1MB. 8 acumen women and social enterprises: how gender integration can boost entrepreneurial solutions to poverty 3 Roberts, P.W.
& Peters, S. The Impact of Entrepreneurship Database Program: Year-End Data Size: 1MB. Yes, even in this day and age, “access to capital is one of the most significant hurdles for women starting and growing their businesses,” says Carla Harris, chair of the National Women’s.
Today, there are overwomen business owners around the world. Many of these entrepreneurs are not doing business as usual, nor are they simply leaning in.
Rather, they are tapping into feminine capital—the unique skills and sensibilities that they have cultivated as women—to create enviable successes. Drawing on four decades of award-winning research, Feminine Capital reveals.
However, the challenges remain real for those who engage in small scale entrepreneurship activities in the form of financial capital, human capital and social capital. This book attempts to bring. This book explores social capital in the multiple relationships between gender, management, and entrepreneurship.
Twenty-six researchers, representing a variety of disciplines from different parts of the world, provide findings on diverse aspects of the dialogue between women. Women Who Are Changing The World As Social Entrepreneurs nominated by Jacqueline Novogratz, Pioneer of “market-based” philanthropy and CEO and founder of the Acumen FundTwitter: @jnovogratzMy.
Feminine Capital tells the story of the emerging power of women’s entrepreneurship. Based on award-winning research, it offers new insights about the dynamics of enterprise growth including how women are redefining the meaning of entrepreneurial success. The book answers three questions: What is feminine capital.
Book Review: Aaltio, I; Kyro, E; Sundin, E. (eds) Women, Entrepreneurship and Social Capital: A Dialogue and Construction Copenhagen, Denmark Article in Organization Studies 31(2) The dialogue between women entrepreneurship and social capital theory and research has its special place among other women entrepreneurship books, the number of which has lately increased.
It strengthens still in some respect the fragmented voice of women entrepreneurship research by providing a landscape of women entrepreneurs as creators of.
Chinese Entrepreneurship: A Social Capital Approach [Peverelli, Peter J., Song, Jiwen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chinese Entrepreneurship: A Cited by: 7. In this book, David Bornstein gathers a collection of case studies and inspiring stories from different countries. First published in (and updated since with new and more recent examples), Amazon describes the book as “the Bible for social entrepreneurship”.
And I agree. Plus, it has been distributed in over 20 countries. Female entrepreneurship is progressively being regarded as one of the key drivers of economic growth and sustainable development, along with women’s economic empowerment.
Women Entrepreneurship and Social Capital; Table of Contents; Preface; Part I Specifics of Women's Entrepreneurship Theory; Chapter 1 Introduction Women Entrepreneurs --Creators and Creations of Social Capital; Gendered Entrepreneurs; Social Capital; Structure of the Book; References; Chapter 2 Entrepreneurship in Organization --Gender and.
Supporting women led SMES through targeted demand driven financing approaches and products lies at the heart of transforming the capital access scenario for women entrepreneurs in India. Depending on the type of scale and sector of an enterprise, multiple approaches can be : ET CONTRIBUTORS.
The Oxford Handbook of Entrepreneurship aims to provide a comprehensive review of state-of-the-art research in entrepreneurship. The authors are all leading scholars in their field. Entrepreneurship has always been a key factor in economic growth, innovation, and the development of firms and businesses.
More recently, new technologies, the waning of the old economy, globalization, changing. According to definition given by Government of India – “A women entrepreneur is defined as an enterprise owned and controlled by woman having a minimum financial interest of 51% of the capital and giving at least 51% employment generated to women” Women Entrepreneurship refers to business or organization started by a woman or group of women.An entrepreneurial spirit is at the heart of the work we do across the Kauffman Foundation every day.
Our founder, Mr. Kauffman, believed it was a fundamental right for anyone who had a big idea to be able to bring it to life. We work with entrepreneurs, empower them with tools and resources, and work [ ].Best ideas and writings on social entrepreneurship -- i.e.
the use of innovative market-based approaches to solve the problems of global poverty. Small amounts of philanthropic capital, combined with large doses of business acumen, can build thriving enterprises that serve vast numbers of the poor, delivering affordable, critical goods and.