Entrepreneurial activity by women in the China has become more active in recent years with much greater attention being paid within and outside of China. Academic research has sought to describe current conditions and future trends; however, there has been little systematic research done in this area. The aim of this paper is to provide a clear picture of the general background and characteristics of Chinese female entrepreneurship based on Eastern cultural features. In addition, an entrepreneurial conceptual model about mainland Chinese women's entrepreneurial activity is presented and a case study is used for illustration.
Deng, Shengliang, Xu Wang, and Ilan Alon. 2011. Framework for female entrepreneurship in china. International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets 3 (1): 3-20.
International Journal of Business and Emerging Markets