How weak commercial networks are stunting women's entrepreneurial success

10/31/2011 | Women 2.0 blog

Getting women more involved in entrepreneurship could help the global economy to break out of its doldrums and start adding some jobs, according to an editorial written by Carl Schramm of the Kauffman Foundation and later translated into English. Women are now getting more degrees in many science fields than men, but a lack of strong commercial networks is holding them back, he writes.

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