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Una revisión a la investigación en emprendimiento femenino

  • CAROLINA ORTIZ RIAGA

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  • YENNI VIVIANA DUQUE OROZCO
  • DAVID CAMARGO MAYORGA

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    Se presenta una revisión a los estudios realizados sobre el tema del emprendimiento femenino a laluz de los planteamientos de Dyer sobre carrera empresarial. La revisión realizada pone de relieveel hecho que, aunque es un tema que no ha sido suficientemente estudiado, existe un interés porcomprender los factores que condicionan, influyen y determinan los emprendimientos femeninos,específicamente en lo relacionado con la creación, desarrollo y mantenimiento de nuevas empresas.La tendencia a nivel mundial muestra que las mujeres crean menos empresas que los hombres,pero que esta proporción tiende a aumentar.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD MILITAR NUEVA GRANADA in its journal REVISTA FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS ECONÓMICAS.

    Volume (Year): (2008)
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