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The Resource African Female Entrepreneurship : Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good

African Female Entrepreneurship : Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good

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African Female Entrepreneurship : Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good
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African Female Entrepreneurship
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Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good
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African Female Entrepreneurship : Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good
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African Female Entrepreneurship : Merging Profit and Social Motives for the Greater Good
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  • "Foreword" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "Introduction" -- "Part I Setting the Scene" -- "1 Contextualising Womenâ{u0080}{u0099}s Entrepreneurship in Africa" -- "Abstract " -- "1.1 Why Does Female Entrepreneurship Matter?" -- "1.2 The Importance of Entrepreneurship to Africa" -- "1.3 Entrepreneurship Driving Growth and Development" -- "1.4 Trends in the Broader Entrepreneurship Literature Compared to Trends in African Entrepreneurship Research" -- "1.5 Tracing the Roots of African Female Entrepreneurship" -- "1.6 The Gendering of Womenâ{u0080}{u0099}s Enterprise and the Effects of Colonialism" -- "Bibliography" -- "2 A Theoretical Research Framework" -- "Abstract " -- "2.1 An Integrated Framework for Female Entrepreneurship Research" -- "2.2 Value of Capability Approach, Social Feminism and Social Entrepreneurship to the Integrated Theoretical Framework" -- "2.2.1 The Capability Approach" -- "2.2.2 Social Feminism" -- "2.2.3 Social Entrepreneurship" -- "2.2.4 Resultant Framework and Expected Contribution" -- "2.3 The Elements of the Integrated Framework in More Depth" -- "2.3.1 The Capability Approach" -- "2.3.2 Debates Around the Capability Approach" -- "2.3.3 Social Feminism" -- "Bibliography" -- "Part II A Close-Up View of African Female Entrepreneurs" -- "3 Female Entrepreneurship in Africa and Research Insights from Different Regions of the Continent" -- "Abstract " -- "3.1 The Knowledge Debate and Research Trends from the Broader Literature" -- "3.1.1 Entrepreneurship Is a Gendered Phenomenon" -- "3.1.2 Entrepreneurship Is Embedded Within Families" -- "3.1.3 Entrepreneurship Results from Both Necessity and Opportunity" -- "3.1.4 Entrepreneurs Pursue Non-economic Goals" -- "3.2 Knowledge Debate and Research Trends in Africa" -- "3.3 Insights from African Female Entrepreneurs"
  • "3.3.1 Capabilities Identified Among Women Entrepreneurs" -- "Prior Work Experience" -- "Self-Development" -- "Networks" -- "3.3.2 Conversion Factors" -- "Motivation" -- "Male Life-Partner Dynamics" -- "Challenges" -- "Government Policies and Support Initiatives" -- "Funding" -- "Issues of Gender in Business Dealings" -- "Females in Business" -- "Issues of Womanhood" -- "Culture" -- "3.3.3 Personal Ethos" -- "Core Values" -- "Business Culture/Model" -- "Community/Other-Centric Involvement" -- "Advice for Other Women" -- "Impact of Spiritual Belief" -- "Definition of Success and Fulfilment" -- "Desired Functionings" -- "Desired Capabilities" -- "3.4 The Entrepreneurial Journey" -- "3.5 The Working of the Female Entrepreneurship Development Pyramid" -- "Bibliography" -- "4 Social Entrepreneurship and the Possible Intersect with Female Entrepreneurship" -- "Abstract " -- "4.1 Social Entrepreneurshipâ{u0080}{u0094}The Broader Knowledge Debate and the Relevance of Gender" -- "4.2 Social Entrepreneurship Research in the African Context" -- "4.3 Female Entrepreneurs Impacting the Lives of Others" -- "4.4 African Women Entrepreneurs as Hybrid Social Entrepreneurs" -- "4.4.1 Boosting the Socio-economic Development Potential of Women Entrepreneurs" -- "Bibliography" -- "5 A Theory for the Development of African Female Entrepreneurship" -- "Abstract " -- "5.1 A Theory of Female Entrepreneurship Development and Poverty Alleviation Through Targeted Support" -- "5.1.1 Becoming an Entrepreneur" -- "5.1.2 Female Entrepreneurship Develops and Incorporates Life Enhancing Initiatives" -- "5.1.3 Increased Entrepreneurial Success Expands Potential to Positively Impact Others and Her Own Well-Being" -- "5.1.4 Interventions to Validate, Support and Optimise Her Role in Business will Extend Her Impact on Poverty" -- "5.2 Conclusion"
  • "5.2.1 A Future Research Agenda for African Female Entrepreneurship" -- "The History of Entrepreneurship and Female Entrepreneurship in Africa" -- "Female Social Entrepreneurship in Africa" -- "Female Entrepreneurship in Non Anglophone Africa" -- "How Women Overcome Institutional Voids and Other Challenges to Become Successful" -- "Women Entrepreneurs in Male-Dominated Sectors" -- "Research on Entrepreneurship Education and Support for Women" -- "Research on the Contribution of Entrepreneurs Returning from the Diaspora" -- "Bibliography"
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