The Construction and Analysis of Cause Model for the Personal Qualities of Women Entrepreneurs

Huili YAO, Wanhua SHEN

Abstract


In this paper, we use a large number of cases to understand the growing process of women entrepreneurs. We use social learning theory and the entrepreneurial human capital theory and other related researches to explore the forming causes of women entrepreneurs’ personal qualities. Then we build a conceptual model to explain the causes of qualities. Finally, we analyze deeply of the factors of women entrepreneurs’ personal qualities from two aspects of home networking and human capital accumulation. The findings provide the role of inspiration and reference to form and improve the qualities of women entrepreneurs.
Key words: Women entrepreneurs; Qualities cause model; Home networking; Human capital accumulation


Résumé: Dans ce papier, nous utilisons un grand nombre de cas pour comprendre le processus croissant de femmes entrepreneurs. Nous utilisons la théorie sociale d'apprentissage et de la théorie du capital humain et entrepreneurial d'autres recherches connexes afin d'étudier les causes formant des qualités des femmes entrepreneurs personnelles. Puis nous construisons un modèle conceptuel pour expliquer les causes de qualités. Enfin, nous analysons profondément les facteurs de qualités des femmes entrepreneurs personnelle à partir de deux aspects 1 de la mise en réseau domestique et de l'accumulation du capital humain. Les résultats fournissent le rôle d'inspiration et de référence pour former et améliorer les qualités des femmes entrepreneurs.
Mots-clés: Les femmes entrepreneures; Modèle des causes de qualités; Le réseautage à domicile; Accumulation de capital humain


Keywords


Women entrepreneurs; Qualities cause model; Home networking; Human capital accumulation; Les femmes entrepreneures; Modèle des causes de qualités; Le réseautage à domicile; Accumulation de capital humain;Canadian;Social Science

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720110704.215

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