Female Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries

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Geoffrey G. Jones, Alexis Lefort
Harvard Business School ()

Examines the scope and challenges faced by women entrepreneurs in developing countries. The proportion of women entrepreneurs is higher in developing countries than in developed countries, but in low-income countries need is often the main reason. It examines the challenges women face due to social inequality, including lack of education and financing difficulties.

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