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Exploring Start-up Event Sequences

Selected Papers of William B. Gartner

Nancy M. Carter, William B. Gartner and Paul D. Reynolds

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The Language of Opportunity

Selected Papers of William B. Gartner

William B. Gartner, Nancy M. Carter and Gerald E. Hills

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William B. Gartner, Nancy M. Carter and Gerald E. Hills

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Patricia G. Greene, Nancy M. Carter and Paul Reynolds

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Candida G. Brush, Nancy M. Carter, Elizabeth J. Gatewood and Myra M. Hart

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Candida G. Brush, Nancy M. Carter, Elizabeth J. Gatewood and Myra M. Hart

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Nancy M. Carter, William B. Gartner, Kelly G. Shaver and Patricia G Greene

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The Career Reasons of Nascent Entrepreneurs

Selected Papers of William B. Gartner

Nancy M. Carter, William B. Gartner, Kelly G. Shaver and Elizabeth J. Gatewood

This paper explores the reasons that nascent entrepreneurs offered for their work and career choices and compares those responses to the reasons given by a group of nonentrepreneurs. Six separate factors accounted for 68% of the variance: self-realization, financial success, roles, innovation, recognition and independence.

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Edited by Candida G. Brush, Nancy M. Carter, Elizabeth J. Gatewood, Patricia G. Greene and Myra M. Hart

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Edited by Candida G. Brush, Nancy M. Carter, Elizabeth J. Gatewood, Patricia G. Greene and Myra M. Hart

Enterprising new firms drive economic growth, and women around the world are important contributors to that growth. As entrepreneurs, they seize opportunities, develop and deliver new goods and services and, in the process, create wealth for themselves, their families, communities, and countries. This volume explores the role women entrepreneurs play in this economic progress, highlighting the challenges they encounter in launching and growing their businesses, and providing detailed studies of how their experiences vary from country to country.