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Preface.- Foreword by Dr Bruce Hiebert.- PART ONE: THE INDIAN NARRATIVE.- Chapter 1 Interplay between individual and shared identities of woman entrepreneurs in Manipur (Bisoya  Loitongbam and Priyatam Anurag).- Chapter 2 the complex hues of entrepreneurial identity amongst women owning accounting firms (Sujana Adapa and Alison Sheridan).- Chapter 3 Intrinsic rewards of the transition from home-maker to entrepreneur (Meenakshi P.).- Chapter 4 Do women turn to entrepreneurship to maintain a better work-life balance? (Bala Subramanian R. and Sachin Kumar).- Chapter 5 Entrepreneurship among rural Indian women: empowerment through enterprise (Ambika Prasad).- Chapter 6 Leadership style of Indian women in the context of the GLOBE cultural framework (Louise Kelly).- PART TWO: THE DIASPORA NARRATIVE.- Chapter 7 Understanding the gendered identity role of skilled female entrepreneurs amongst the Indian diaspora in Europe (Neha Chatwani).- Chapter 8 The gender, racio-ethnic and professional identity work of an Indian woman entrepreneur in South Africa (Nasima M. H. Carrim).- PART THREE: CASE STUDIES.- Chapter 9 Case Study 1: Entrepreneurship as a vehicle to prove my worth (Prathibha Sastry).- Chapter 10 Case Study 2: How working in a collective boosts self-esteem and choice-making propensity in women (Simran Anand).- Chapter 11 Case Study 3: It’s my business: Personal evolution and assertion of identity (Sonavi Desai).

  • Book type: E-book
  • Language: English
  • Ean Code: 9781137602596
  • ISBN: 9781137602596
  • Publisher: PALGRAVE MACMILLAN
  • E-Book type: PDF
  • Kopierschutz: Watermark
  • Format: pdf
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