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The number of women entering small business ownership has increased significantly across the world in recent years. These women make a crucial contribution to the economic growth and development of local, national and global economies. Yet, despite their increasing numbers, they have received comparatively little attention from the academic community. This comprehensive and coherent book redresses the balance and provides an up-to-date, theoretical review of this important area of study. A distinguished group of international contributors present the latest work from the USA, the UK, Australia, Canada, India and Singapore, which explores practical initiatives and strategies related to the experiences of women entering small business entrepreneurship. Providing a unique balance between theory and practice, this book will be welcomed by scholars and students of women in management and entrepreneurship as well as policymakers and small business service providers. Contents: Foreword Preface Part I: Women into Enterprise - Personality and Behaviour Characteristics Part II: Women into Enterprise - Constraints and Conditions of Success Part III: Women into Enterprise - Black and Ethnic Minority Small Business Owners Part IV: Women into Enterprise - A Global Perspective Part V: Women into Enterprise - Future Perspectives and Recommendations
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