Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Starting Their Own Business
This paper gives a comparative overview of the increased willingness of women in Bosnia and Herzegovina to start their own business, on a turnover from the 20th in the 21st century. There are presented the current state of unemployment of women, as well as their educational structure depending whether or not they are ready to start their own business. Alongside there are results of target researches, which lists the reasons why a number of women are not ready to start your own business.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 1-2 ()
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