An Empirical Investigation of Women Small Business Owner
AbstractMost of the studies in the existing literature are studies done in the United State, a few in U.K.Â and veryÂ less fromÂ developing countries.Â Women are starting business at a rate nearly four times that of men in U.S.Â (Kaplan, 1988) and three times that of men both in Australia (ABS, 1991). and in Canada (Belcourt,Â 1990). Australia has got 692,700 small businesses which from 96.3% of a number of total businesses (ABS, 1990). In Australia, though women business owners are more than oneÂ thirdÂ of theÂ totalÂ smallÂ businessÂ owners,Â research Â onÂ femaleÂ entrepreneursÂ is still in its infancy.
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