Women and Social enterprises: How gender integration can boost enterpreneurial solutions to poverty

This research applies a ‘gender lens’ to social businesses to facilitate women’s economic empowerment and make markets more inclusive. Its outcomes, while preliminary, tend to confirm what the World Bank pointed out in “Investing in women is smart economics” (2006): introducing gender-integration strategies in social business is not only the ‘right’ thing to do, but it is also economically sound

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