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La création d’entreprise au féminin en Europe 2011- Eléments comparatifs

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Servir de révélateur aux différentes dimensions de la création d‘entreprises au féminin, tel est l’objectif de cette étude comparative qui intégrant une dimension de genre tente d’appréhender la question à échelle de l’Europe avec davantage de développements sur le contexte français particulièrement exemplaire. L’entreprenariat féminin est partout un réservoir de croissance insuffisamment exploité. Il s’agit alors de cerner les motivations des femmes qui créent ou reprennent une entreprise et leurs spécificités éventuelles, les particularités des modèles d’entreprises « au féminin 3 (taille, service,mode de développement). Et également les obstacles à cette dynamique. Dans quelle mesure sont ils particuliers ? Quelles mesures d’accompagnement spécifiques faut-il, dés lors, continuer à développer ?

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  • De Beaufort, Viviane, 2011. "La création d’entreprise au féminin en Europe 2011- Eléments comparatifs," ESSEC Working Papers WP1105, ESSEC Research Center, ESSEC Business School.
  • Handle: RePEc:ebg:essewp:dr-11005
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    entreprenariat au féminin; approche en Europe; approche comparée;

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