Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
© 2013 Pooja Reddy
In the United States, the number of female entrepreneurs who receive venture capital funding is significantly lower than the number of male entrepreneurs who receive venture capital funding. This thesis explores some of the economic, sociological, and psychological principles behind why this gender disparity in venture capital might exist. This thesis then surveys the current efforts in place to lessen the disparity, and lastly prescribes future ways in which female entrepreneurs can gain more access to capital for their businesses.
Reddy, Pooja, "Gender Disparity Among Entrepreneurs Seeking Venture Capital Funding in the U.S." (2013). CMC Senior Theses. 728.
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