Start-Up Capital: Differences Between Male and Female Entrepreneurs. 'Does Gender Matter'?
AbstractFemale and male entrepreneurs differ in the way they finance their businesses. This can be aatributed to the type of business female and male entrepreneurs start and their type of management and experience *the female versus the male profile).
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Length: 45 pages
Date of creation: 1999
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