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Women Entrepreneurs: Moving Front and Center: An Overview of Research and Theory

@inproceedings{Greene2003WomenEM,
  title={Women Entrepreneurs: Moving Front and Center: An Overview of Research and Theory},
  author={Patricia Gene Greene and Myra M. Hart and E. J. Gatewood and Candida G. Brush and Nancy M. Carter and Gertrude R. Stein},
  year={2003}
}
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 Business and the Journal of Small Business Management were officially launched. That is why it was so remarkable that the Journal of Contemporary Business selected Eleanor Schwartz’s “Entrepreneurship: A New Female Frontier” for publication in 1976. While her article was not the first academic paper on… 
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