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Operational Guide to Women's Entrepreneurship Programs : An Overview (Inglês)

The World Bank Group (WBG) Gender Strategy (FY16–23) describes the importance of supporting women’s entrepreneurship to help advance the World Bank Group’s mission and work. This is especially relevant to private and financial sector development themes. This Guide provides evidence-based operational principles for teams working on women’s entrepreneurship, including resources to build the business case for supporting women-owned businesses and start-ups; to develop a framework for support programs for women-owned businesses; and to share insights from case studies and results.

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  • Autor

    Qasim,Qursum, Lu,Zoe Cordelia, Ford,Kalyah Alaina

  • Data do documento

    2018/07/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    132588

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/11/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Operational Guide to Women's Entrepreneurship Programs : An Overview

  • Palavras-chave

    Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations; access to finance for women; Entrepreneurship; male labor force participation rate; analytical and advisory; woman entrepreneur; female labor force participation; Private and Financial Sector; women in developing countries; gender gap in employment; financial inclusion of women; data collection and analysis; secondary data; proportion of woman; access to asset; finance and markets; dimension of woman; business plan competition; business development service; fear of failure; entry of women; form of collateral; private financial institution; trade and competitiveness; total factor productivity; access to information; gross domestic product; qualitative data collection; conditional cash transfer; access network; creating employment opportunity; support for woman; challenges for woman; male role model; comments and feedback; law and regulation; pool of participants; source of funding; increase in income; woman business owner; labour force survey; implementation of law; increase in profit; access to network; development of woman; expenditures on education; integration of technology; role of gender; business training; focus group; business practice; cash grant; business management; entrepreneurial activity; business ownership; global economy; medium enterprise; Job Creation; female entrepreneur; annual sale; firm performance; married woman; sample survey; retirement saving; external source; entrepreneurship development; small sample; gender difference; research show; diagnostic tool; Labor Market; female participation; productive sector; survey instrument; cognitive skill; reducing inequality; young woman; role models; business performance; business environment; credit gap; survey questions; mobility constraint; firm productivity; operational guidance; positive spillover; regional variation; comparative analysis; address datum; longitudinal study; entrepreneurial ability; management experience; credit denial; domestic activity; social group; female trader; political representation; Affordable Transport; disproportionate burden; market interaction; informal enterprise; skill development; professional experience; feminist economics; married man; social constraint; smallholder farmer; statistical significance; local policy; business sector; broad agreement; informal sector; small entrepreneur; financial capital; gender focus; technology sector; program evaluation; financial datum; educational institution; corporate partner; ecosystem dynamic; modular approach; household bargaining; work experience; family characteristic; disadvantaged youth; financial fraud; informal credit; household consumption; business program; treatment group; household enterprise; sustainable livelihood; sexual harassment; fixed period; credit association; physical accessibility; quality training; profitable business; Financing programmes; finance program; program review; self-employed women; firm growth; sales revenue; firm survival; biotechnology firms; annual revenue; female employment; productivity differences; low-income economy; regional aggregation; management control; entrepreneurship rates; entrepreneurial skill; young men; subsistence need; qualitative analysis; quantitative survey; stakeholder engagement; business opportunity; risk averse; unincorporated business; entrepreneurial venture; market size; business model; legal environment; gender dimension; sex-disaggregated data; market information; Female Entrepreneurship; positive outcome; noncommercial purposes; intensive training; geographical distribution; living standard; business community; subsidiary right; public outreach; financial product; knowledge product; entrepreneurial training; inheritance law; delivery mechanism; knowledge gap; Business Organizations; legal advice; traditional business; managerial capacity; gender segregation; Gender Equality; soft skills; operational principle; business case; positive impact

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