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Why are there fewer young women in entrepreneurship than young men?

By Julie Tixier, Maîtresse de Conférences en sciences de gestion, Université Gustave Eiffel
Katia Richomme-Huet, Docteur, HDR en Sciences de Gestion Professeur en management et entrepreneuriat, Kedge Business School
Mathieu Dunes, Maître de Conférences en Sciences de Gestion, Université de Picardie Jules Verne (UPJV)
Najoua Boufaden, Professeure associée en entrepreneuriat et innovation, ISG International Business School
Nathalie Lameta, Maitre de Conférences, Université de Corse Pascal-Paoli
Paola Duperray, Maître de conférences en sciences de gestion, Université catholique de l’Ouest
Renaud Redien-Collot, Enseignant-chercheur en stratégie, ISC Paris Business School
Typhaine Lebègue, Maître de Conférence, IAE - Université de Tours, Laboratoire Vallorem (EA 6296)
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In 2021, around 41% of businesses created in France were created by women and only 14% of women were business owners. These figures are on the rise, but the progress is still rather slow.

And yet, young women and men now have the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship during their studies. The proportion of student companies created by female entrepreneurs is now 39% according…The Conversation

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