The authors explore the influence of social and human capital in defining the prospects ofyoung women business owners as emerging entrepreneurial leaders. They propose a number offactors that mean many young women seeking to assume an entrepreneurial leadership role insociety are insufficiently resourced in terms of their social and human capital. Such deficits haveconsequences for the effectiveness of their leadership potential and the development of theirenterprises.
- Social and human capital
- young women entrepreneurs
- entrepreneurial leaders
McGowan, P., Cooper, S., Durkin, M., & O’Kane, C. (2015). The Influence of Social and Human Capital inDeveloping Young Women as EntrepreneurialBusiness Leaders. Journal of Small Business Management, 53(3), pp. 645-pp. 661. https://doi.org/10.1111/jsbm.12176