Gender and Entrepreneurial Activity
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Gender and Entrepreneurial Activity

Edited by Albert N. Link

There is growing interest in the relationship between gender and entrepreneurial activity. In this book, 37 eminent scholars from diverse academic disciplines contribute cutting-edge research that addresses, from a gender perspective, three general areas of importance: key characteristics of entrepreneurs, key performance attributes of entrepreneurial firms, and the role of financial capital in the establishment and growth of entrepreneurial firms and in their growth.
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Chapter 9: Gender differences and academic entrepreneurship: a study of scientists in the principal investigator role

James A. Cunningham, Paul O’Reilly, Brendan Dolan, Conor O’Kane and Vincent Mangematin

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9. Gender differences and academic entrepreneurship: a study of scientists in the principal investigator role James A. Cunningham, Paul O’Reilly, Brendan Dolan, Conor O’Kane and Vincent Mangematin 1 INTRODUCTION Academic entrepreneurship creates ...

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