Securing a business loan: how important is gender

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Abstract

This report examines the role of gender in business and evalates whether there is a evidence of gender bias when it comes to securing bank loans.
LanguageEnglish
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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Keywords

  • Application
  • bank
  • business
  • capital
  • credit
  • enterprise
  • entrepreneur
  • female
  • finance
  • gender
  • lending
  • loan
  • ownership
  • self-employed

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Securing a business loan : how important is gender. / Wilson, F.; Shaw, Eleanor; Carter, Sara.

2005. 11 p.

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