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Title: World of Male and Female Entrepreneurs: Findings from a Global Study
Other Titles: World of Male and Female Entrepreneurs
Authors: Sharma, Shilpi
Sahni, S.P.
Keywords: entrepreneur
social entrepreneur
personality research in entrepreneurship
gender differences in entrepreneur personality
Issue Date: 15-Nov-2020
Publisher: Strategic Management
Citation: Sharma, S. & Sahni, S.P. (2020). World of male and female entrepreneurs: Findings from a Global Study. Strategic Change, 29 (6), 725-736.
Abstract: An individual's gender may influence their behavioral preferences as males exhibited a significantly higher risk taking, openness to change, autonomy, and achievement tendencies. Interestingly, older females seemed to possess lower risk taking, creativity, and autonomy than the younger cohort of women entrepreneurs, while age had no influence on personality attributes of male respondents. An entrepreneur's personality preferences were uninfluenced by whether an established business is earning revenue or designed as a profit or nonprofit venture.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10739/4582
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