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The global outlook for female entrepreneurs has never been more encouraging (Riebe 2003). Globally, one in ten women is self-employed, and it is estimated that women own and manage up to one third of all businesses in developed countries. Nelton (1998) regarded this growth of female entrepreneurship since the 1970s from 5% to 38% in 30 years (Hisrich et al. 1997) as one of the most significant, yet quietest, revolutions of our time.
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- The Dynamics of Entrepreneurial Motivation Among Women: A Comparative Study of Businesswomen in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
Muhammad A. Sadi
Basheer M. Al-Ghazali
- Springer New York
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