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From initial idea to unique advantage: the entrepreneurial challenge of constructing a resource base
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Women entrepreneurs who break through to equity financing: The influence of human, social and financial capital
This is one of the first efforts to systematically study attributes of women business owners and their equity financing strategies. The study explored the factors associated with the use of equity… Expand
Women Entrepreneurs: Moving Front and Center: An Overview of Research and Theory
Unless your name was Knight or Schumpeter, getting a paper on entrepreneurship published in a scholarly journal was next to impossible before 1976 – the year when the American Journal of Small… Expand
Growth-oriented Women Entrepreneurs and their Businesses
Edited by Candida G. Brush, Franklin W. Olin Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship, Babson College, Nancy M. Carter, Vice President of Research, Catalyst, Inc. and Richard M. Schulze Chair,… Expand
Clearing the Hurdles: Women Building High-Growth Businesses
Women Building High-Growth Businesses “Even in the 21st century, much of the world still systematically excludes 50 percent of the smartest people from full responsibility. Entrepreneurship rewards… Expand
Patterns of venture capital funding: Is gender a factor?
Since the early 1980s, new ventures with high growth potential and large capital needs have found an ever-increasing pool of venture capital available to support their growth. However, the flow of… Expand
The role of social capital and gender in linking financial suppliers and entrepreneurial firms: A framework for future research
Equity capital fuels growth companies and yields high returns for investors. The process of equity investment and ultimate harvesting of innovative companies has created significant wealth among fund… Expand
Women entrepreneurs, their ventures, and the venture capital industry : an annotated bibliography
The Diana Project: Women Business Owners and Equity Capital: The Myths Dispelled
This report from the Diana Project explores the extent of equity investments in women-owned businesses. Surveyed were 1,700 applicants to the 2000 Springboard forums to examine the current state of… Expand
The use of bootstrapping by women entrepreneurs in positioning for growth
Abstract The number of women entrepreneurs is rising rapidly and many are creating substantial businesses. For most women-led ventures, growth is funded by personal investment and debt, although a… Expand