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Purpose – The purpose of this paper was to investigate the factors affecting the growth intentions of women entrepreneurs in the Indian context. Design/methodology/approach – The author adopted a two-stage design, which included qualitative case studies followed by an online survey of 127 women...
Purpose – This paper aims to explore gender and legitimacy in family business succession. Design/methodology/approach – Within the theoretical framework of French pragmatic sociology, the authors conceptualise the family business as the locus where two regimes of engagement are present,...
Purpose – The purpose of this study is to explore an optimal research design for research on women entrepreneurs involved in negotiating term sheets for private equity capital. This research explores new ways for researchers to connect with such current “invisibles” through the use of a mixed...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present a review of the literature on the participation of women on Boards of Directors (BD). Design/methodology/approach – The authors review a body of literature (theoretical and empirical words) that analyzes the women’s role on the BD of companies....
Purpose – This study aims to provide a better understanding of the barriers and constraints that are faced by women entrepreneurs in starting and running a business in Kenya. Design/methodology/approach – The study draws on primary research conducted through face-to-face interviews with female...
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