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Jennifer Finke

Fabian Osorio-Tinoco

Fernando Pereira Laverde

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Este artículo explora diferentes dimensiones del empoderamiento de las mujeres, que pueden desarrollarse durante el proceso emprendedor. Se evidencian cambios en las dimensiones conforme las mujeres avanzan en el desarrollo de sus emprendimientos, diferenciando características según el contexto (urbano o rural). Adicionalmente, muestra cuáles factores de empoderamiento son claves para la reducción de la pobreza. Se desarrolla un análisis de correspondencia múltiples y un modelo probit ordenado, con datos del Monitor Global de Emprendimiento (GEM por sus siglas en inglés) para Colombia. Los resultados permiten identificar las necesidades y los recursos disponibles para fortalecer el empoderamiento de las mujeres por medio del emprendimiento, mientras que la relación encontrada entre factores de empoderamiento económicos y los ingresos familiares aporta evidencia sobre la importancia del empoderamiento para la reducción de la pobreza.

Keywords

Empowerment, female, entrepreneurship, GEM, povertyEmpoderamiento, mujeres, emprendimiento, GEM, pobrezaEmpoderamento, mulher, empreendedorismo, GEM, pobreza

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Finke, J., Osorio-Tinoco, F., & Pereira Laverde, F. (2021). Empoderamiento femenino, emprendimiento y pobreza. El caso colombiano. Cuadernos De Administración, 34. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao34.efepcc
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