2 edition of status of women, women"s entrepreneurship, and the Ethiopian economy found in the catalog.
status of women, women"s entrepreneurship, and the Ethiopian economy
|LC Classifications||HC845 .Y47 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 leaves ;|
|LC Control Number||98983637|
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Women's entrepreneurship and the Ethiopian economy book important for women's position in society, and economic development of women will lead to development of family, community and country.
Entrepreneurship and SMEs in Ethiopia: Evaluating the role, prospects and problems faced by women in this emergent sector Article (PDF Available) in Gender in Management 23(2) March.
The Brookings Blum roundTaBle Policy Briefs EntErprising s olutions: and the Ethiopian economy book he role of the private s ector in Eradicating global p overty 31 Women, Entrepreneurship and the Opportunity to.
The Ethiopian government has recognized the need for establishing special program and affirmative action to improve the economic status of women in Ethiopia. Major policy changes have been made to. is a platform for academics to share research papers. Entrepreneurship capital is defined as "a region's endowment with factors conducive to the creation of new businesses" and it exerts a positive impact on the region's economic : Rahul Baijal.
Seventh, as women are overrepresented in the least profitable occupations in countries, labor and economic policies should prohibit workplace discrimination and support women in.
Many of the new entrepreneurs of Africa are women. Tilahun became one with shoes. Beginning in as a recent college graduate in Ethiopia Author: Josh Kron. Economic opportunities for the empowerment of women in Africa and the LDCs: Access to credit, land, and markets, United Nations Office of the High Representative for the Least Developed Countries.
Itau perceives the 50% of Brazilian entrepreneurs that are women as a core market, and other members of the Global Banking Alliance for Women think similarly. And all firms should realize that in.