This chapter explores curricular principles and topics for women’s entrepreneurial leadership education in Arabian Gulf countries, focussing on a number of converging and divergent factors that together distinguish the region. The approaches used to guide educational design are those that take into account the developments these countries have made in nation-building examining a number of contextual factors, Islamic concepts of identity, culture and learning, cross-cultural studies and multiple modernities concepts. A foundation suitable for a model of women’s entrepreneurial leadership education is presented in their evolving roles in these rapidly developing countries.
|Title of host publication||Gender, Entrepreneurship and Human Capital Development in the Middle East|
|Editors||Beverly Dawn Metcalfe, Bettina Lynda Bastian, Haya Al-Dajani|
|Place of Publication||Abingdon|
|Publication status||Published - 21 Dec 2021|
|Name||Global Gender Race and Diversity Organization Series (GRDO)|
- entrepreneurial leadership education