The Study of Influence Factor for Female Entrepreneurship


With economic development, female entrepreneurship has increased and turned into a hot research issue in the field of management. The innate advantages and priorities empowered women with potential to be outstanding entrepreneurs; however, women still have some weaknesses. The present research investigated some female entrepreneurs and adopted Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to analyze the factors that influence the success of female entrepreneurs. The results according to data analysis will provide along with some suggestions to female entrepreneurs that attempts to help their success.



Keywords: female entrepreneurship, influence factors, Analytic Hierarchy Process

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