Female Entrepreneurship in Serbia and Opportunities for its Development
Dragan Ivkovic (),
Ivica Nikolic and
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Dragan Ivkovic: Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship, Belgrade, Serbia
Ivica Nikolic: “Serbian Railways”, Pozarevac, Serbia
Goran Manojlović: “Ljubica Radosavljevic Nada” Primary School, Zajecar, Serbia
Journal of Women's Entrepreneurship and Education, 2013, issue 3-4, 126-136
Today, entrepreneurship is a key element in the development of the economic potential of each country. Recently, one of the possible directions of development of entrepreneurship that stands out is female entrepreneurship, and the number of companies and businesses whose owners are women is increasing. Problems that exist and need to be solved in order for this sector to develop properly are, in the first place, to provide adequate financial assistance to women who want to step into the world of entrepreneurship. Improving of the environment for the development of female entrepreneurship through the introduction of tax incentives, easier access to finance, women support through monitoring, advisory services, are just some of the possibilities to develop female entrepreneurship in the right way. This paper presents the current state of female entrepreneurship in Serbia.
Keywords: Female entrepreneurship; development; unemployment; Serbia (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: L26 B54 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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