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Approaches to understanding the position of women workers in the informal sectorT. D. Wilson (1998)More...
Saving St. James: A case study of farmwomen entrepreneursS. S. Weber (2007)More...
The Individual Woman Microenterprise Owner: An Exploration of Apparel Retailers From an Integrated Black Feminist PerspectiveA. J. Muhammad (2015)More...
The key to lending to women microentrepreneursS. Buechler (1995)More...
Do Men Need Empowering Too? A Systematic Review of Entrepreneurial Education and Microenterprise Development on Health Disparities among Inner-City Black Male YouthL. Jennings (2014)More...
Nongovernmental organizations, micro-credit, and empowerment of womenJ. L. Fernando (1997)More...
Social capital development in a rural women’s micro-enterprise in Mexico: Insights on leadership, trust and cooperationL. M. Ibargen-Tinley (2015)More...
The new economy and the work-life balance: Conceptual explorations and a case study of new mediaD. Perrons (2003)More...
We sacrifice and eat less: The structural complexities of microfinance participationJ. A. Brett (2006)More...
Microentrepreneurs and homeworkers: Convergent categoriesE. Prgl and I. Tinker (1997)More...
Food knowhow and entrepreneurial dynamics of rural women. Case study in the Peloponnese (Greece)T. Anthopoulou (2008)More...
Women’s employment in Mexico in time of economic recession. The years 2005-2012J. Papail and F. Robles-Sotelo (2014)More...
Entrepreneurship and leadership: Case studies of female micro-business owners in Hong KongC. W. Ng and E. G. H. Ng (2007)More...
Determinants of women’s microenterprise success in Ahmedabad, India: Empowerment and economicsP. Kantor (2005)More...
Work and employment in small businesses: Perpetuating and challenging gender traditionsS. Baines and J. Wheelock (2000)More...
Exploring precarious employment and women’s health within the context of U.S. microenterprise using focus groupsR. Salt and J. Lee (2014)More...
Alleviating poverty: Investing in women’s workI. Tinker (2000)More...
Teaching business skills to women: Impact of business training on womens microenterprise owners in vietnamP. Raven and Q. V. Le (2015)More...
Entrepreneurship and SMEs in Ethiopia: Evaluating the role, prospects and problems faced by women in this emergent sectorG. Singh and R. Belwal (2008)More...
The role of gender in US microenterprise business plan developmentR. G. Cook, P. Belliveau and C. Lentz (2007)More...
Women and the false promise of microenterpriseT. B. Ehlers and K. Main (1998)More...
Women, poverty, and the microenterprise: Context and discourseR. Strier (2010)More...
Economic and social issues of women entrepreneurs in micro-enterpRISED. S. Revathi and J. Krishnan (2013)More...
Determinants of profitability of the microenterprises led by women micro entrepreneurs: Evidence from Mumbai slumsC. Ghosh and S. Guha (2015)More...
Micro enterprises and microfinance for business women in rural areas of South Africa – A case study of Ga-Rankuwa at the interface between first and third worldH. E. Klingelhfer, P. O. Aiyepola and A. O. Adewunmi (2012)More...
The Impacts of Gender Differences in Social Capital on Microenterprise Business Start-UpS. M. Kim (2014)More...
Working for each other: Gender, the household and micro-business survival and growthS. Baines and J. Wheelock (1998)More...
Gender dimension of ethnic bugis and makassar women empowermentA. Kasirang, K. Ekasari, I. Sidabalok, L. Fudjaja, K. Jusoff, Akhsan, F. Nurland and A. S. Halimah (2013)More...
Social capital, collaborative exchange and microenterprise performance: The role of genderJ. Tata and S. Prasad (2008)More...
Reinventing traditional solutions: Job creation, gender and the micro-business householdS. Baines and J. Wheelock (1998)More...
Does gender affect business ‘performance’? A study of microbusinesses in business services in the UKE. Chell and S. Baines (1998)More...
Micro-finance evangelism, ‘destitute women’, and the hard selling of a new anti-poverty formulaB. Rogaly (1996)More...
Microfinance and women’s empowerment: A lesson from IndiaF. Leach and S. Sitaram (2002)More...
Gender impact assessment in microfinance and microenterprise: why and howS. Johnson (2000)More...
‘I’m not just a housewife’: Gendered roles and identities in the home-based hospitality enterpriseM. Di Domenico (2008)More...
Evaluations of Women-Centered U.S. Microenterprise Development ProgramsS. M. Kim (2012)More...
Entrepreneurship among the Displaced and Dispossessed: Exploring the Limits of Emancipatory EntrepreneuringH. Al-Dajani, S. Carter, E. Shaw and S. Marlow (2015)More...
Microenterprise lending to female enterpreneurs: Sacrificing economic growth for poverty alleviation?M. Kevane and B. Wydick (2001)More...
Effects of micro-enterprise services on HIV risk behaviour among female sex workers in Kenya’s urban slumsW. O. Odek, J. Busza, C. N. Morris, J. Cleland, E. N. Ngugi and A. G. Ferguson (2009)More...
Employment options for low-income women: Microenterprise versus the labor marketC. K. Sanders (2004)More...
Are women more credit constrained? Experimental evidence on gender and microenterprise returnsS. de Mel, D. McKenzie and C. Woodruff (2009)More...
Economic feasibility analysis of fisherwomen based microenterprisesF. Hassan, S. K. Prathap, J. C. Jeeva, S. Mathew and M. Remya Babu (2013)More...
Minority women’s microenterprises in rural areas of the United States of America: African American, Hispanic American and Native American case studiesH. R. Aspaas (2004)More...
Rethinking the mentoring process for women micro-entrepreneursL. Warren (2006)More...
A pathway to women’s empowerment in Tanzania: Capacity building for personal and social impactD. Ettling, A. Buck and P. Caffer (2010)More...