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Women and entrepreneurship: contemporary classics

Author: Brush, Candida G. ; Carter, Nancy M. ; Gatewood, Elizabeth J. ; Greene, Patricia Gene ; Hart, Myra M. Series: International library of entrepreneurship ; 2 Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 616 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1845422597Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Women and Entrepreneurship: Contemporary Classics Contents Acknowledgements Introduction Candida G. Brush, Nancy M. Carter, Elizabeth J. Gatewood, Patricia G. Greene and Myra M. Hart PART I THEORY 1. Sue Birley (1989), `Female Entrepreneurs: Are They Really Any Different?', Journal of Small Business Management, 27 (1), January, 32-7 2. Candida G. Brush and Robert D. Hisrich (1991), `Antecedent Influences on Women-owned Businesses', Journal of Managerial Psychology, 6 (2), 9-16 3. Candida G. Brush (1992), `Research on Women Business Owners: Past Trends, a New Perspective and Future Directions', Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 16 (4), Summer, 5-30 4. Eileen M. Fischer, A. Rebecca Reuber and Lorraine S. Dyke (1993), `A Theoretical Overview and Extension of Research on Sex, Gender, and Entrepreneurship', Journal of Business Venturing, 8 (2), March, 151-68 5. Barbara Bird and Candida Brush (2002), `A Gendered Perspective on Organizational Creation', Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 26 (3), Spring, 41-65 6. Margaret J. Greer and Patricia G. Greene (2003), `Feminist Theory and the Study of Entrepreneurship'; in John E. Butler (ed.), New Perspectives on Women Entrepreneurs, Chapter 1, Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing, 1-24 PART II HUMAN CAPITAL AND COGNITION 7. Donald L. Sexton and Nancy Bowman-Upton (1990), `Female and Male Entrepreneurs: Psychological Characteristics and Their Role in Gender-related Discrimination', Journal of Business Venturing, 5 (1), January, 29-36 8. Karyn A. Loscocco, Joyce Robinson, Richard H. Hall and John K. Allen (1991), `Gender and Small Business Success: An Inquiry into Women's Relative Disadvantage', Social Forces, 70 (1), September, 65-85 3 9 17 43 61 86 113 121 vi Women and Entrepreneurship 9. Carin Holmquist and Elisabeth Sundin (1988), `Women as Entrepreneurs in Sweden: Conclusions from a Survey', in Bruce A. Kirchhoff, Wayne A. Long, W. Ed McMullan, Karl H. Vesper and William E. Wetzel, Jr. (eds), Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 1988, Chapter 35, Wellesley, MA: Babson College and Alberta: University of Calgary, 626-42 142 10. Elizabeth J. Gatewood, Kelly G. Shaver and William B. Gartner (1995), `A Longitudinal Study of Cognitive Factors Influencing Start-up Behaviors and Success at Venture Creation', Journal of Business Venturing, 10, 371-91 159 11. Nancy M. Carter, William B. Gartner, Kelly G. Shaver and Elizabeth J. Gatewood (2003), `The Career Reasons of Nascent Entr epreneurs', Journal of Business Venturing, 18, 13-39 180 PART III SOCIAL CAPITAL 12. Howard Aldrich (1989), `Networking Among Women Entrepreneurs', in Oliver Hagan, Carol Rivchun and Donald Sexton ( eds), Women-owned Businesses, Chapter 5, New York, NY: Praeger, 103-32 209 13. Ronald S. Burt (1998), `The Gender of Social Capital', Rationality and Society, 10 (1), February, 5-46 239 14. Linda A. Renzulli, Howard Aldrich and James Moody (2000), ` Family Matters: Gender, Networks, and Entrepreneurial Outcomes', Social Forces, 79 (2), December, 523-46 281 PART IV FINANCIAL CAPITAL 15. E. Holly Buttner and Benson Rosen (1989), `Funding New Business Ventures: Are Decision Makers Biased Against Women Entrepreneurs?', Journal of Business Venturing, 4, 249-61 307 16. Susan Coleman (2000), `Access to Capital and Terms of Credit: A Comparison of Men- and Women-owned Small Businesses', Journal of Small Business Management, 38 (3), July, 37-52 320 17. Ingrid Verheul and Roy Thurik (2001), `Start-Up Capital: "Does Gender Matter?", Small Business Economics, 16, 329-45 336 18. Nancy M. Carter, Candida G. Brush, Patricia G. Greene, Elizabeth Gatewood and Myra M. Hart (2003), `Women Entrepreneurs Who Break Through to Equity Financing: The Influence of Human, Social and Financial Capital', Venture Capital, 5 (1), 1-28 353 19. Patricia G. Greene, Candida G. Brush, Myra M. Hart and Patrick Saparito (2001), `Patterns of Venture Capital Funding: Is Gender a Factor?', Venture Capital, 3 (1), 63-83 381 Women and Entrepreneurship vii PART V STRATEGIC CHOICE 20. Nancy M. Carter, Mary Williams and Paul D. Reynolds (1997), ` Discontinuance Among New Firms in Retail: The Influence of Initial Resources, Strategy, and Gender', Journal of Business Venturing, 12 (2), March, 125-45 21. Jennifer E. Cliff (1998), `Does One Size Fit All? Exploring the Relationship Between Attitudes Towards Growth, Gender, and Business Size', Journal of Business Venturing, 13, 523-42 22. Alexandra L. Anna, Gaylen N. Chandler, Erik Jansen and Neal P. Mero (2000), `Women Business Owners in Traditional and Nontraditional Industries', Journal of Business Venturing, 15(3), 279303. 23. Lisa K. Gundry and Harold P. Welsch (2001), `The Ambitious Entrepreneur: High Growth Strategies of Women-owned Enterprises', Journal of Business Venturing, 16, 453-70 PART VI PERFORMANCE 24. Arne L. Kalleberg and Kevin T. Leicht (1991), `Gender and Organizational Performance: Determinants of Small Business Survival and Success', Academy of Management Journal, 34 (1), March, 136-61 25. Radha Chaganti and Saroj Parasuraman (1996), `A Study of the Impacts of Gender on Business Performance and Management Patterns in Small Businesses', Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 21 (2), Winter, 73-5 26. John Watson (2002), `Comparing the Performance of Male- and Female-controlled Businesses: Relating Outputs to Inputs', Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 26 (3), Spring, 91-100 405 426 446 471 491 517 520 PART VII ENVIRONMENTAL 27. Eleanor Brantley Schwartz (1976), `Entrepreneurship: A New Female Frontier', Journal of Contemporary Business, 5 (1), Winter, 47-76 533 28. Lars Kolvereid, Scott Shane and Paul Westhead (1993), `Is it Equally Difficult for Female Entrepreneurs to Start Businesses in All Countries?', Journal of Small Business Management, 31 (4), October, 42-51 563 29. Ted Baker, Howard E. Aldrich and Nina Liou (1997), `Invisible Entrepreneurs: The Neglect of Women Business Owners by Mass Media an d Scholarly Journals in the USA', Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, 9 (3), July­September, 221-38 573 30. Richard J. Boden, Jr (1999), `Gender Inequality in Wage Earnings an d Female Self-employment Selection', Journal of SocioEconomics, 28, 351-64 591 viii Women and Entrepreneurship Name Index 605

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