The number of women starting and owning their own businesses has grown dramatically over the past decade. Concurrent with this trend, there has been an increase in the number of research studies focusing on or including women business owners in their samples. This paper reviews empirical research studies on women business owners and their ventures, classifies the studies in a framework, and summarizes trends emerging from this research. To guide future research, a new perspective on women-owned businesses is proposed and research questions, methods, and implications are discussed. (Reprinted by permission of the publisher.)
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Brush, Candida G. "Research on women business owners: past trends, a new perspective and future directions." Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, Summer 1992, p. 5+. Academic OneFile, Accessed 19 July 2019.
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