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Female entrepreneurship: bridging the digital divide?


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Whilst some progress has been made to level the playing field for persons in business, many constraints still exist, particularly to female entrepreneurs. This research aims to gain deeper insight into how tools provided by digital technologies – despite the digital gender divide caused by inherent biases – offer new and impactful opportunities to alleviate existing constraints among female entrepreneurs, with special focus on developing countries such as Latin America and the Caribbean. 

Entrant: Beverly Best , Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship - PhD

Copyright: Christina Morillo / Nodar Chemishev / Philip Wells

Funding: University of Strathclyde JARA Scholarship

Collaborators: Philip Wells


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