Review: The Wellbeing Of Women In Entrepreneurship. A Global Perspective. Mariateresa Lepeley, Katherina Kuschel, Nicholas Beutell, Nicky Pouw & Emiel L. Eijdenberg (EDS.)
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The Wellbeing of Women in Entrepreneurship. A Global Perspective (2019) provides a unique and detailed portray of the life and businesses of women entrepreneurs around the world - validating not only women’s experiences as legitimate sources of knowledge, but also giving a long needed attention to women entrepreneurs and the causes and effects of their wellbeing and flourishing. This work speaks of the process of expanding and challenging the essentialist assumptions and paradigms of women’s entrepreneurship research, acknowledging the vast heterogeneity of women entrepreneurs and their contingency within the spatial fabric of their everyday lives. As any social actor, women entrepreneurs are influenced by and accountable for the societal structures in which they interact –where issues like distribution of productive and reproductive roles, labour markets structures, power dynamics, culture, legislations and politics play a significant role in shaping their behaviours and the outcomes ...