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New Schools for Entrepreneurs and Managers: Education for Female Entrepreneurship

Mirjana Radovic Markovic ()

Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education, 2011, issue 1-2, 77-88

Abstract: Education and training help to build human capacity for both men and women. It is a key priority area for poverty reduction. The development of contemporary technologies, especially the Internet, on the one hand and changes in management practice, communication and work organization in companies on the other hand, have in recent years brought about changes in the kinds of knowledge and ways of acquiring it. In keeping with these, new educational programs, as well as new modes of studying, everywhere in the world the existing education system is being redefined and educational programs that have to closely relate to practice are being improved. For that sake, “new schools for entrepreneurs and managers” are founded, which are based on modern programs and courses meant for various groups of business people. In this article, the author tried to explain advantages and disadvantages of e-learning with a stress of special benefits for women.

Keywords: Education; educational programs; e-learning; female entrepreneurship (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: B54 L26 I20 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
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