Domestic economic and social conditions empowering female entrepreneurship
Cervelló-Royo, R. and
Journal of Business Research, 2018, vol. 89, issue C, 182-189
To identify the combinations of the economic and social aspects related to female entrepreneurship in OECD countries, we carried out a cross-national analysis of female entrepreneurship using fsQCA methodology. We analyzed 2015 data from 29 OECD countries, covering different geographical areas. Data were retrieved from three databases (Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Country Risk Score, and Glass Ceiling Index) and the relationship between entrepreneurship by gender and the conditions in a country were studied, especially those socially related to gender under female labor working conditions. The results show that the combination of good country risk score conditions and the low presence of women in power positions is related to high female entrepreneurship and low gender labor-force gap. By contrast, low female entrepreneurship is reached through a combination of high gender labor-force and wage gaps.
Keywords: Female entrepreneurship; Gender; Glass ceiling; Country risk; fsQCA (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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