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Gender inequality and economic growth: A methodological divide
preprintposted on 04.10.2019, 18:22 by Hassan HusseinHassan Hussein
This article shed the light on the methodological divide on the often-neglected issues of the contribution of women’s informal business to entrepreneurship and national economic growth. It shows how unprivileged women are able to overcome legal, social and administrative barriers that impede women’s ability to start a business and participate in monetized economic activities.
Declaration of conflicts of interestNA
Corresponding author firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead author countryEgypt
Lead author job roleHigher Education Faculty 4-yr College
Lead author institutionCollege of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University
Ethics statementIRB Number: 1610E96081. The IRB: Human Subjects Committee of the University of Minnesota in US determined that the referenced study is exempt from review under federal guidelines 45 CFR Part 46.101(b) category #2
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