Women in business: entrepreneurship, ethics and efficiency

Autores UPV
Año
Revista International Entrepreneurship and Managenent Journal

Abstract

This article begins by reviewing some of the main theoretical approaches to entrepreneurship. We then discuss the measures proposed in the literature to benefit women, facilitating reconciliation of work and family life and examining the view of authors who consider the negative effects of these measures. Finally, we contemplate situations where the measures benefiting women are based on economic or ethical reasons. This last section qualifies the universalist approach underlying work-family life reconciliation, describing the context for interaction between women and entrepreneurial activity. © 2011 Springer Science + Business Media, LLC.