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About this video
In this video, we will discuss the emancipatory potential of digital entrepreneurship in the context of cyberfeminist research.
Mentioned readings in the video:
- Martinez Dy, A., Martin, L., & Marlow, S. (2018). Emancipation through digital entrepreneurship? A critical realist analysis. Organization. (preprint version freely available)
- McAdam, M., Crowley, C., & Harrison, R. T. (2020). Digital girl: cyberfeminism and the emancipatory potential of digital entrepreneurship in emerging economies. Small Business Economics. (not open access)
- Pergelova, A., Manolova, T., Simeonova-Ganeva, R., & Yordanova, D. (2019). Democratizing Entrepreneurship? Digital Technologies and the Internationalization of Female-Led SMEs. Journal of Small Business Management. (not open access)