Examines the extent of the challenges and entrepreneurs in developing countries. There are higher female entrepreneurship in developing countries than developed countries, but necessity is often the main driver in countries with lower income. Examines the challenges faced by women from social inequality, including lack of educational opportunities and difficulties in securing financing.

Examines the extent of the challenges and entrepreneurs in developing countries. There are higher female entrepreneurship in developing countries than developed countries, but necessity is often the main driver in countries with lower income. Examines the challenges faced by women from social inequality, including lack of educational opportunities and difficulties in securing financing.
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Geoffrey G. Jones,
Alexis Lefort
12 pages.
Release Date: 1 August 2006. Prod #: 807 018 PDF-ENG
Female entrepreneurship in developing countries HBR case solution

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