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no role conflict, has family support and insufficient family income. Both quantitative and qualitative methods were employed. (2006) Background Issue Paper on the Legal Empowerment of the Poor: Entrepreneurship, Addis Ababa In article 9 Cetindamar,., Gupta,. In article 32 Menon,., Sarkar,. Determinates of Women Micro-entrepreneurship Development: AnEmpirical Investigation in Rural Bangladesh. First, correlation analysis was run on MSEs Development Services with each of the 4 social capital variables. Women also depend on family network to raise start-up funds (Haynes and Haynes, 1999).
Moreover, Unger., (2011) argue that the importance of human capital in entrepreneurship depends on the success criteria used. Work-Family Conflict of Women Entrepreneurs in Singapore, Women in Management Review 16(5 204-221 In article CrossRef 28 Lee,. This is because people who have ties with the agency staff get important information and advices on how to approach the agency, request for credit and information on business that can be supported by the agency. Nonetheless, a number of issues related to women entrepreneurship remain hazy and calls for research intervention in the country. Cost associated to micro credit is another discouraging issue for the women access credit for start up from MFI. The Relational Capital In Female SMEs. Retrieved September 23, 2011 from In article 54 Wiklund,.; Shepherd,. (2011) articulated human capital as a theory that explains what people want to be rewarded for their human capital investments, assuming that people seek to maximize their economic benefits over their life time. They worked hard during high school, had tremenous support from family and were involved in numerous community service projects. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 18 (2). In their study in Bangladesh, Hossain.