This book is a result of an empirical research into the development of Women in entrepreneurship. It takes a different approach from previous researches, by looking at the impact of cultural values on the development of women entrepreneurs. Every society has its own culture and its effect on the way of life of people cannot be overemphasized. The book looks at the effect of some cultural factors like gender role, distribution of inheritance and cultural belief on education of female child especially as pertaining to the people of South Western region of Nigeria on the development of women in entrepreneurship. Particular attention was paid to women who engaged in chosen service small scale businesses. The book will be of great use to researchers into women entrepreneurship, students working towards diploma or degree in Business Studies or Entrepreneurial Studies, government agencies who are saddled with the responsibility of promoting entrepreneurship and Research Institutes.
Christy Aderinto is a Human Resources practitioner with over 15 years experience in Human Management. She worked for over 24 years with an indigenous conglomerate in Nigeria as an office administrator, Personnel Manager and retired as Group Human Resources /Admin Manager in 2014. Christy currently lectures in a Nigerian University.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Entrepreneurship, Women development, Cultural Value
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Production & Operations Management