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Adm. Sci., Volume 8, Issue 4 (December 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) An analysis of recent literature revealed the, as yet untreated, methodological issues relating to [...] Read more. An analysis of recent literature revealed the, as yet untreated, methodological issues relating to female entrepreneurship. It is, in fact, not yet clear whether female entrepreneurship is an individual or a collective concept and whether it should be considered a social or natural variable. The first concern deals with the notion that, although entrepreneurship is considered by the literature to be an individual characteristic, the term female refers to a collective gender. The second issue relates to the conception of entrepreneurship as a characteristic that is at once historic and socially constructed. It is looked upon as a feature that has endured the pressures of time and can, therefore, be taken for granted. The purpose of this article is to investigate these issues, as a prerequisite for any future research into the features of female entrepreneurship. View this paper