Europa Regionum

ISSN: 1428-278X     DOI: 10.18276/er.2017.32-11
CC BY-SA   Open Access 

Lista wydań / t. 32 2017
The economic outlook for entrepreneurial women and women-owned enterprises in the U.S. and Poland
(Perspektywy gospodarcze przedsiębiorczych kobiet oraz przedsiębiorstw będących własnością kobiet w USA i w Polsce)

Rok wydania:2017
Liczba stron:11 (147-157)
Klasyfikacja JEL: L26 M13 M21
Słowa kluczowe: przedsiębiorczość wśród kobiet przedsiębiorstwa prowadzone przez kobiety USA Polska
Autorzy: Robert Rumiński
Uniwersytet Szczeciński, Wydział Zarządzania i Ekonomiki Usług


The U.S. is an unquestionable cradle of entrepreneurship and small business. This paper is concerned with developments of women entrepreneurship and women-owned enterprises in the U.S.. The issues of growth, access to finance and development perspectives of women-owned businesses are discussed. The paper presents the sector profile, identifies the most important barriers to its development as well as the elements of sustainable entrepreneurship ecosystem for women (holistic approach). Last but not least is a short characteristics of Poland regarding the entrepreneurship among women.
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