reasons, such as the fact that they get them out of the house. In spite of their low returns, women's businesses are critical to the survival of their households through the current economic crisis, and as such are important for the national economy. The author makes a number of recommendations
as to how women's entrepreneurship could be better channelled and supported.
GENDER, POVERTY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE REVIEW AND FUTURE RESEARCH AGENDA
SANTOS, SUSANA C.
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