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Gender Differences and Their Impact on Entrepreneurial Ventures

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Abstract

The nexus between a successful entrepreneurial career and gender gaps is at the center of this essay. This phenomenon can relate to a much broader global trend of woman liberation and feminism, but this essay is focused upon the reasons for gender gaps in entrepreneurship and suggested remedies for these discrepancies as reflected in the literature. The discussion is about the issue of entrepreneurial activity as a means of reducing discrimination against women or gender related poverty and it is focused upon the processes that may promote women who are faced with entrepreneurial and civic exclusion or inequity. The conclusion states that gender gaps can be diminished through the implementation of the recommendations noted in the literature and activated, though slowly, similar to the presented case study of Israel.

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