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Title: Self-employed Females and the Workforce: Some Common Issues Across the Atlantic
Authors: Cachon, Jean-Charles
Carter, Sara
Keywords: female entrepreneurship
support provision
Issue Date: 1989
Publisher: Ryerson Polytechnical Institute
Citation: Cachon, Jean-Charles; Carter, Sara. (1989) "Self-employed Females and the Workforce: Some Common Issues Across the Atlantic". Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 6(4) 20-31.
Abstract: While many significant studies have been made of small firms from economic, business and sociological perspectives, the bulk of the work to date has concentrated upon the male-owned enterprise. The role of women as owner/managers and employers has been largely neglected as an area of serious academic study despite the fact that greater numbers of women are now choosing self-employment. L'article abordera tout d'abord les rapports conceptuels qui existent entre Ie sexe des étudiants et les études entreprises en vue d'un emploi, puis il traitera, dans cette même perspective, de certains aspects significatifs que les chercheurs ont noté parmi les femmes établies à leur compte et enfin il identifiera les points qui devront être sujets d'étude à l'avenir.
URI: https://zone.biblio.laurentian.ca/dspace/handle/10219/287
ISSN: 0827-6331
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