Students’ Attitude Towards Entrepreneurship: Does Gender Matter?

L. Laspita, S. Chlosta, H. Klandt, Ch. Scheiner, Alexander Brem, K.-I. Voigt

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Over the last twenty years, academics and economic organizations demonstrated a growing interest in women entrepreneurs. Female Entrepreneurship is considered to be one of the most important sources of growth, employment and innovatio the United States, women owned businesses are the fastest growing sector of new vent overall. However, little is known about women entrepreneurs.
In contradiction to previous research, which focused on women and men during their professional activity, this study concentrates on an earlier point, namely before the s of the professional career. This study aims at looking at gender-related differences in the context of self-employment. Family background, study-related factors and inhibiting and fostering factors that influence the choice of starting a business are examined.
The project was initiated by the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and the European Business School in Oestrich-Winkel (Germany). The survey was conducted in 2006 and the sample includes 553 students.
Original languageEnglish
JournalRevista de Management Comparat International
Volume8
Issue number4
Pages (from-to)92-118
ISSN1582-3458
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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Female entrepreneurship
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Laspita, L., Chlosta, S., Klandt, H., Scheiner, C., Brem, A., & Voigt, K-I. (2007). Students’ Attitude Towards Entrepreneurship: Does Gender Matter? Revista de Management Comparat International, 8(4), 92-118.
Laspita, L. ; Chlosta, S. ; Klandt, H. ; Scheiner, Ch. ; Brem, Alexander ; Voigt, K.-I. / Students’ Attitude Towards Entrepreneurship: Does Gender Matter?. In: Revista de Management Comparat International. 2007 ; Vol. 8, No. 4. pp. 92-118.
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Laspita, L, Chlosta, S, Klandt, H, Scheiner, C, Brem, A & Voigt, K-I 2007, 'Students’ Attitude Towards Entrepreneurship: Does Gender Matter?', Revista de Management Comparat International, vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 92-118.

Students’ Attitude Towards Entrepreneurship: Does Gender Matter? / Laspita, L.; Chlosta, S.; Klandt, H.; Scheiner, Ch.; Brem, Alexander; Voigt, K.-I.

In: Revista de Management Comparat International, Vol. 8, No. 4, 2007, p. 92-118.

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