Gender Bias, Social Impact Framing, and Evaluation of Entrepreneurial Ventures

    Matthew Lee
    Matthew Lee

    Organization Science, Volume 29, Issue 1, 2018, Pages 1-16.

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    Abstract:

    Recent studies find that female-led ventures are penalized relative to male-led ventures as a result of role incongruity or a perceived “lack of fit” between female stereotypes and expected personal qualities of business entrepreneurs. We examine whether social impact framing that emphasizes a venture’s social–environmental welfare benefi...More

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