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Female Entrepreneurship, Access to Credit, and Firms' Performance in Senegal

Despite an increase in the share of female-owned existing and new start-up firms in Senegal, there is still a wide belief that female entrepreneurs are discriminated against in the credit market. This paper empirically investigates such gender-bas...

Macroeconomics Implications of Female Entrepreneurs Facing Financial Frictions in Credit Access: A DSGE Model Approach in Cameroon

Financial inclusion in developing economies remains a major concern nowadays, both for national policymakers and international stakeholders. For a country like Cameroon, aspiring to an emergence in 2035, the key challenge is to identify and over...

Implications of Access to Microcredit and Social Capital for Female Entrepreneurship in Cameroon

"The main objective of this research was to assess the effects of microcredit and social capital on female entrepreneurship in Cameroon. Specific objectives were: (a) to construct a social capital indicator for Cameroon using the 2007 Cameroon hou...

Emerging Women Entrepreneurs in Sudan: Individual Characteristics, Obstacles and Empowerment

"This research focuses on three issues: the personal characteristics and motivations of the female Entrepreneurs of Sudan, how conducive is the business environment for the female entrepreneurs of Sudan in terms of availability of finance and supp...

Facteurs Explicatifs de l'Entrepreneuriat Feminin en Afrique Subsaharienne : Cameroun et Kenya / Explanatory Factors of the Female Entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa: Cameroon and Kenya

The first Millennium Development Goal (MDG) is to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger in developing countries in general but particularly in Africa. To achieve this objective, the growth in these countries should be rapidly reduced and the econom...

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