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Accounting for change: professionalism as a challenge to gender disadvantage in entrepreneurship

Marlow, S. and Carter, S.L. (2003) Accounting for change: professionalism as a challenge to gender disadvantage in entrepreneurship. In: New perspectives on women entrepreneurs. Research in entrepreneurship and management . Information Age Publishing, Greenwich, pp. 181-202. ISBN 1931576785

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Abstract

This chapter discusses professionalism as a challenge to gender disadvantage in entrepreneurship. It has been published in 'New perspectives on women entrepreneurs'.