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Building entrepreneurship skills for women: Denmark

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This particular brief is on Denmark.The report in its totality aims to motivate discussions about the design and delivery of women-focused entrepreneurship policies and the gendered implications of mainstream policies and programmes. The aim is also to raise questions about the scope and effectiveness of existing policies for facilitating women’s entrepreneurship and addressing gender gaps in the rates of business start-up and growth, based on insights from experts in 27 different countries. This work identifies limitations with current policy approaches and points the way to more effective policy. The briefs are grouped according to six themes and lessons from country experiences are highlighted.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEntrepreneurship Policy through a Gender Lens : an international collection of policy briefs
EditorsColette Henry, Barbara Orser
Place of publicationParis
PublisherOECD
Publication year2021
Pages87-90
Chapter5
Publication statusPublished - 2021
SeriesOECD Studies on SMEs and Entrepreneurship

    Research areas

  • Gender, Entrepreneurship policy, Denmark

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