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2018 | nr 2, cz. 1 | 111--125
Tytuł artykułu

Entrepreneurial Intentions of Women : a Literature Review

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Intencje przedsiębiorcze kobiet : przegląd literatury
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EN
Abstrakty
Badania nad intencjami przedsiębiorczości stale się rozwijają i w ostatnich latach XXI w. nabrały tempa. Obszar badań nad intencjami przedsiębiorczymi kobiet jest jednak nadal rzadko poruszany i wymaga kolejnych prac badawczych. Niniejsze badanie ma na celu dokonanie przeglądu literatury dotyczącego intencji przedsiębiorczych kobiet i przygotowanie rekomendacji do dalszych kierunków badań działań, które warto byłoby podjąć. Celem tego badania jest zidentyfikowanie głównych obszarów, w których naukowcy prowadzą badania dotyczące intencji przedsiębiorczych kobiet. Autor wykorzystuje analizę cytowań jako narzędzie do identyfikacji obszarów, które skupiają największą uwagę naukowców oraz analizę treści, aby znaleźć sedno badań w każdym z analizowanych obszarów. Wykorzystano również metodę porównawczą do znalezienia prac, które okazały się najbardziej wpływowe i przyczyniły się do znaczących zmian w zaawansowaniu tego obszaru badawczego. Każdy artykuł był analizowany pod kątem jego celów, wniosków i rekomendacji. Autor wyłania również główne luki badawcze zidentyfikowane na podstawie analizy literatury naukowej. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Entrepreneurial intentions research has been steadily growing and has recently gained more momentum in the twenty-first century. But the field of women entrepreneurial intentions is still in a very nascent stage and lots of research work needs to be done on the entrepreneurial intentions of women. This study attempts to review the literature on entrepreneurial intentions of women and provide necessary actions to be taken. The purpose of this study is to identify the main sub-areas on which women entrepreneurial intentions research is being conducted by the researchers. The Author uses citation analysis as a tool for identifying the fields attracting the maximum attention of researchers and content analysis to find out the gist of research in each sub-area. Cross referencing method was also used to find the papers in the field that proved most impactful and have made significant changes in the advancement of the field. Each paper was analyzed in terms of its objectives, findings, and future scope. The study presents an insight of the area from the review. It also highlights the major gaps identified from academic literature. (original abstract)
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111--125
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  • Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
autor
  • Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
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