Gender in Management: Volume 32 Issue 4


An International Journal

Table of contents - Special Issue: Gender and Entrepreneurship in Cross Cultural Perspectives

Guest Editors: Ramanjeet Singh

Growth barriers of women-owned home-based businesses in Iran: an exploratory study

Meisam Modarresi, Zahra Arasti, Kambiz Talebi, Maghsoud Farasatkhah

The purpose of this paper is to identify the growth barriers of women’s home-based businesses (HBBs) in Iran.

Networks around entrepreneurs: gendering in China and countries around the Persian Gulf

Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen, Shayegheh Ashourizadeh, Kent Wickstrøm Jensen, Thomas Schøtt, Yuan Cheng

Entrepreneurs are networking with others to get advice for their businesses. The networking differs between men and women; notably, men are more often networking for advice in the…

Cross-cultural differences in the entrepreneurial activity of men and women: a fuzzy-set approach

Nuno Fernandes Crespo

The aim of this paper is threefold: to identify the combinations of national culture dimensions that lead to high (or low) entrepreneurial activity (EA) for men and women, to…

Family-friendly work perceptions: a cross country analysis

Diane M. Nelson, Stoney L. Brooks, Arrvvind Sahaym, John B. Cullen

An international archival data set resulting from a survey of workers in 27 countries is studied, examining certain individual factors affecting family-friendly work perceptions…

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