Gendered Capital : Entrepreneurial Women in American EnterpriseMaterial type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Garland Studies in Entrepreneurship: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (279 p.).ISBN: 9781135720865.Subject(s): Businesswomen -- California -- San Diego County -- Case studies | Businesswomen -- California -- San Diego County | Entrepreneurship -- California -- San Diego County -- Case studies | Self-employed women -- California -- San Diego County -- Case studies | Self-employed women -- California -- San Diego County | Self-employed women -- Case studiesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gendered Capital : Entrepreneurial Women in American EnterpriseDDC classification: 305.43/338/09794985 | 305.4333809794985 LOC classification: HD6072.6.U5 D38 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; Preface and Acknowledgments; 1. First Encounters; Women in the U.S. Labor Force; The Growth of Women's Entrepreneurship; Why Become an Entrepreneur?; The Importance of Capital; Conclusion; 2. Women's Entrepreneurship in the U.S.; Nationwide Trends; The Study Setting; Methods; The Study Participants; The Businesses in the Study; Conclusion; 3. Women's Pathways to Entrepreneurship; What Factors Lead to Entrepreneurship?; Business Ownership as a Response to Family Concerns; Leaving the Iron Cage; Being Laid Off
Escaping Gender DiscriminationRight Timing and Opportunity; Conclusion; 4. Capital and Entrepreneurship: Incorporating Gender and Ethnicity; Where Did You Get the Money?; Who Advises You?; Spouse as Capital; Cultural Capital; Education as Institutionalized Cultural Capital; Education and Gross Business Receipts; Gendered Biases of Business; Conclusion; 5. Patterns of Latina Entrepreneurship; Latinas in the U.S. Labor Market; Informal and Home-Based Work; Latina Entrepreneurship in the U.S.; Ethnic Solidarity and Latina Entrepreneurs; Family as Social Capital
Gender Discrimination, Ethnicity, and Cultural CapitalConclusion; 6. Conclusions: The Meaning of Entrepreneurship; Where Do they Go from Here?; Conclusions and New Lines of Research; Final Thoughts; Notes; References; Name Index; Subject index
First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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