• Business
  • Published 2003

Women entrepreneurs in Pakistan. How to improve their bargaining power

@inproceedings{Goheer2003WomenEI,
  title={Women entrepreneurs in Pakistan. How to improve their bargaining power},
  author={Nabeel A. Goheer},
  year={2003}
}
Based on a survey of 150 women entrepreneurs from a variety of sectors in Islamabad, Lahore and Rawalpindi. Examines the attitudes and commitments of the women to expanding their enterprises. Describes some of the challenges and barriers they face as well as some of the opportunities. 

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