Gender in Management: Volume 29 Issue 7


An International Journal

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Experience of entrepreneurial training for female farmers to stimulate entrepreneurship in Uganda

Fernando Lourenço, Natalie Sappleton, Akosua Dardaine-Edwards, Gerard McElwee, Ranis Cheng, David W. Taylor, Anthony G. Taylor

The purpose of this study is to evaluate the success of a scheme, supported by the Ugandan Agribusiness Initiative Trust, to fund gender and entrepreneurship training for women…


Working mothers’ gender ideologies on childcare and perception on existing childcare centres: Life stories from Sri Lanka

Thilakshi Kodagoda

This purpose of this paper is to examine how working mothers understand childcare practices and perception on existing childcare centres in a different social context like Sri…

A potential generation gap: perspectives on female leadership

Kathryn Eileen Holden, Deana M. Raffo

– The purpose of this study is to examine the potential relationship between generational membership and perspectives on female leadership.


Towards strengthening the development of women entrepreneurship in Malaysia

Wendy Ming Yen Teoh, Siong Choy Chong

This paper aims to identify developmental issues associated with women entrepreneurship, with the Malaysian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as a base. Subsequently, the paper…

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