Empowerment through entrepreneurship: rural women in Tunisia

Szerzők

  • Dorsaf Maayoufi Szent István University, Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration
  • Tibor Farkas Szent István University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences
  • Emese Bruder Szent István University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8554-723X

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18531/Studia.Mundi.2020.07.04.125-131

Kulcsszavak:

Female entrepreneurship, rural areas, Social and cultural effects, North Africa, Tunisia

Absztrakt

This paper addresses an important literature gap concerning female entrepreneurship within rural communities in North Africa, particularly in Tunisia. This article is an overview of previous findings on the topic and specifically on the matter of environmental settings’ impacts on women’s efforts in rural entrepreneurship. The purpose of this overview is to provide a clearer picture on the situation of female entrepreneurship in rural areas, and the various obstacles that help explain both the work patterns and the home conditioning model. These obstacles include personal aspects as well as economic and demographic elements which may help in the development of assessment tools that aims to provide a more detailed approach to this subject. The exploration of these elements helps with the investigation of the impact of government support policies as well as the social and cultural effects on female entrepreneurship in the Tunisian countryside.

Szerző életrajzok

  • Dorsaf Maayoufi, Szent István University, Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration

    PhD student
    E-mail: maayoufidorsaf5@gmail.com

  • Tibor Farkas, Szent István University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences

    associate professor
    E-mail: farkas.tibor@szie.hu

  • Emese Bruder, Szent István University, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences

    assistant professor
    E-mail: bruder.emese@szie.hu

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2020-12-28

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