Although the number of women-owned enterprises has been growing relatively quickly, only about 40% of new entrepreneurs in the United States are women, notes Irina Stoyneva, PhD, assistant professor of management. She studies strategic management and decision making, with an emphasis on how entrepreneurs deal with ambiguity, uncertainty and risk. Recently, she has been considering the factors affecting women’s decisions about becoming entrepreneurs.
"The Entrepreneurship Gender Gap,"
Thomas Jefferson University Research Magazine: Vol. 2:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://jdc.jefferson.edu/researchmagazine/vol2/iss1/9