Women Entrepreneurs in the Indian Informal Sector: Marginalisation Dynamics or Institutional Rational Choice?

@inproceedings{Williams2011WomenEI,
  title={Women Entrepreneurs in the Indian Informal Sector: Marginalisation Dynamics or Institutional Rational Choice?},
  author={C. Williams and A. Gurtoo},
  year={2011}
}
Purpose -- Studies on women entrepreneurs either read women through a structuralist lens as marginalised populations engaged in low quality work or through a neo-liberal lens as engaged in relatively higher quality endeavour more as a rational choice. The aim of this paper is to evaluate critically these various explanations in relation to the informal sector women entrepreneurs in India.Design/methodology/approach -- To evaluate the contrasting explanations of structuralist and new liberal… Expand
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