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Research outcomes

Conferences

The Joint Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship (ACE) Research Exchange and DIANA International Conference. January 31 – February 3, 2012.

2008 DIANA International Research Symposium on gender and entrepreneurship. November 4, 2008.

The 1st Global Symposium on Growth Strategies for Women Entrepreneurs. May 2006 (15 countries represented).

Diana International Research Conference. May 2004 (12 countries represented).

Diana International 2nd Organizing Conference. November 2003 (4 additional countries represented).

Diana International 1st Organizing Conference. June, 2003 (15 countries represented).

Books

1. Brush, C.G., Carter, N., Gatewood, E., Greene, P.G., & Hart, M Editors (2006): "Women Entrepreneurs: Classics and New Directions". Cheltenham, UK: Edward F. Elgar Publishing.

2. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M., Editors (2006): "Women and Entrepreneurship: Contemporary Classics". London: Edward Elgar, International Library of Entrepreneurship 2 (ISBN 1-84542-259-7).

3. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M., Editors (2006): "Growth Oriented Women Entrepreneurs and Their Businesses: A Global Research Perspective". London: Edward Elgar (ISBN 1-84542-289-9).

4. Carter, N.M., Henry, C., O'Cinneide, B. & Johnson, K., Editors (2006): "Female Entrepreneurship: Implications for Education, Training & Policy". London: Routledge (ISBN 0-41536-317-9).

5. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2004): "Clearing the Hurdles: Women Building High Growth Businesses". Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Financial Times-Prentice Hall (ISBN 0-13-111201-5).

6. Gatewood, E., G., Carter, N. M., Brush, C. G., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2003): "Women Entrepreneurs, Their Ventures, and the Venture Capital Industry: An Annotated Bibliography". Stockholm: ESBRI (ISBN 91-973286-3-4). (Reprinted in Chinese, 2004).

Price: USD 20 + postage. For you who live in Sweden, the price is 150 SEK + postage. To order your copy of the book, send an e-mail to diana@esbri.se

Book chapters

1. Brush, C.G., Greene, P. G., & Gatewood, E. J. (2006): Perspectives on Women Entrepreneurs: Past Findings and New Directions. In M. Minniti (Ed.): "Praeger Perspectives on Entrepreneurship". Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing.

2. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2006): Enhancing Women's Financial Strategies for Entrepreneurial Success. In N. Carter, C. Henry, K. Johnson & B. O'Cinneide (Eds.): "Female Entrepreneurship: Implications for Education, Training and Policy": 151-167. London, U.K.: Routledge.

3. Brush, C.G., Carter, N.M., Gatewood, E.J., Greene, P.G., & Hart, M. M. (2006): Women's Entrepreneurship in the United States. In Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M., (Eds.): "Growth Oriented Women Entrepreneurs and Their Businesses: A Global Research Perspective": 184-204. London: Edward Elgar.

4. Brush, C.G. & Greene, P.G. (2005): Women in Entrepreneurship. In M. Hitt & D. Ireleand (Eds.): "Dictionary of Entrepreneurship": 248-251. London, U.K.: Blackwell Publishing.

5. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2003): Venture capital access in the new economy: Is gender an issue? In D. M. Hart (Ed.): "The Emergence of Entrepreneurship Policy: Governance, Start-Ups and Growth in the Knowledge Economy", Chapter 7: 141-155. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

6. Carter, N. M., Brush, C. B., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2003). Financing entrepreneurship: Is gender an issue? The Center for Economic Progress (Ed.), In "Critical Junctures in Women's Economic Lives: A Collection of Symposium Papers", Chapter 5: 45-51. Minneapolis, MN.: The Center for Economic Progress.

Journal Articles

1. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2008): "Diana: a symbol of women entrepreneurs' hunt for knowledge, money, and the rewards of entrepreneurship", Small Business Economics, 32(2), 129-144.

2. de Bruin, A, Brush, C. G., & Welter, F. (2007): "Advancing Cumulative Knowledge on Women's Entrepreneurship". Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, special issue on Women and Entrepreneurship, 31(2), 1-25.

3. Manolova, T. S., Carter, N. M., Manev, I. M. and Gyoshev B. S. (2007): "The Differential Effect of Men and Women Entrepreneurs' Human Capital and Networking on Growth Expectancies in Bulgaria". Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 31(3), 407-426.

4. Manolova, T. S., Manev, I. M., Carter, N. M., and Gyoshev B. S. (2006): "Breaking the family and friends' circle: predictors of external financing usage among men and women entrepreneurs in a transitional economy". Venture Capital International Journal, 8 (2), 109-132.

5. de Bruin, A., Brush, C.G., & Welter, F. (2006): "Towards Building Cumulative Knowledge on Women's Entrepreneurship". Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. Special issue on Women and Entrepreneurship: 30(5): 585-594.

6. Brush, C.G., Carter, N.M., Gatewood, E.J., & Hart, M.M. (2006): "The use of bootstrapping by women entrepreneurs in positioning for growth". Venture Capital International Journal, 8(1): 15-31.

7. Carter, N. M., Brush, C. G., Greene, P. G., Gatewood, E. J. & Hart M. M. (2003): "Women entrepreneurs who break through to equity financing: The influence of human, social and financial capital". Venture Capital International Journal, 5 (1): 305-324.

8. Aronsson, M. & Carter, N. (2003): "Mind the gender gap". European Business Forum, 15 (Autumn): 32.

9. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. Greene, P. G., & Hart M. M. (2002): "The Diana Project: Women business owners & equity capital - The myths dispelled". Venture Capital Review, Issue 10 (Summer): 30-40.

10. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Greene, P. G., Hart M. M., & Gatewood, E. J. (2002): "The role of social capital and gender in linking financial suppliers and entrepreneurial firms: A framework for future research". Venture Capital International Journal, 4 (4): 305-323.

Proceedings

1. Carter, N. M., Brush, C. B., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2003): "Financing entrepreneurship: Is gender an issue?"
The Center for Economic Progress, In "Critical Junctures in Women's Economic Lives": A Collection of Symposium Papers, pp. 45-51. Minneapolis, MN.: The Center for Economic Progress.

2. Brush, C.G., Greene, P. G., Hart, M., Carter, N. M. & Gatewood, E. (2000): "Women and equity capital: An exploration of factors affecting capital access".
In P. D. Reynolds, E. Autio, C. G. Brush, W. D. Bygrave, S. Manigart, H. J. Sapienza, & K. G. Shaver (eds.): "Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research". Babson Park, MA: Babson College. Presented at the 20th Annual Babson College - Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Conference, Wellesley, MA.

Reports

1. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2006): "The Diana Project International: Research on Growth of Women-owned Businesses".

1. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2006): "The Diana International Project: Research on Growth Oriented Women Entrepreneurs and their Businesses". Stockholm, Sweden: ESBRI.

2. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2005): "Women entrepreneurs, growth, and implications for the classroom", commissioned by the Coleman Foundation.

3. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. Greene, P. G., & Hart M. M. (2004): "Gatekeepers of venture growth: The role and participation of women in the venture capital industry".
Insight Report, Kansas City, MO: Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, March, 2004.
(Download at: http://www.kauffman.org/pdf/Diana_2004.pdf)

4. Greene, P. G., Hart, M. M., Gatewood, E. J., Brush, C. G. & Carter, N. M. (2003): "Women entrepreneurs moving front and center: An overview of research and theory" commissioned by the Coleman Foundation.
(Download at: http://www.usasbe.org/knowledge/whitepapers/greene2003.pdf)

5. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2001): "Women business owners and equity capital: The myths dispelled". Insight Report, Kansas City, MO: Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
(Download at: http://www.entreworld.org/Bookstore/Product.cfm?DID=6&Product_ID=76&CATID=22)

6. Brush, C. G., Carter, N. M., Gatewood, E. J., Greene, P. G., & Hart, M. M. (2001): "An investigation of women-led firms and venture capital investment". Report to the United States Small Business Administration, Office of Advocacy, and the National Women's Business Council, Washington, D.C.
(Download at: http://www.nwbc.gov/documents/womenLedfirmsandvcnvestment2001.pdf)

Presentations and proceedings

1. October, 2006: Clearing the hurdles: women building growth ventures.
Youngstown State University, Youngstown, OH.

2. August, 2006: What do we know about the mothers of invention? Current state of research in entrepreneurship research.
Academy of Management Meetings, Atlanta, GA

3. April 11, 2006: What we know about women entrepreneurs: Patterns, problems, and possibilities.
Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship (WISE) Conference, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y.

4. November 6, 2005: The intentional network.
National Association of Women's MBA Conference, Babson College, Wellesley, MA.

5. October 6-8, 2005: Breaking the family and friends' circle: Predictors of external financing usage among men and women entrepreneurs in a transitional economy.
Paper presented at the Academy of International Business Northeast Chapter Conference, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH.

6. January 16, 2005: Women entrepreneurs and growth: Implications for teaching.
Keynote address for United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship, Indiana Wells, CA.

7. September 20, 2005: Clearing the hurdles by connecting the dots: Women building high growth businesses.
General Electric Women's Network, Orlando, FL.

8. October, 2005: Women entrepreneurs world-wide: Growth and Capital.
Stockholm School of Economics, Riga, Latvia

9. February 28, 2005: Full Spectrum Financial Advice.
Office Depot Business Women's Conference. Strategies for Success, Boca Raton, FL.

10. January 19, 2005: Women Leaders in Venture Capital.
WITI Boston. Boston, MA.

11. January 16, 2005: Women entrepreneurs and growth: Implications for the classroom.
Keynote address, United States Association for Small Business & Entrepreneurship.

12. December 9, 2004: Perceptions of Women in Business: The Good, the Bad, and the Interesting.
Athena Signature Event. San Diego, CA.

13. October 7, 2004: Superwomen Syndrome in the 21st Century.
Swedish American Executive Women's Conference. NYC, NY.

14. August 24, 2004: The pursuit of opportunity: Encouraging entrepreneurship in the campus culture of a women's college.
Convocation Address, Zayed University, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

15. August 8, 2004: New theoretical perspectives for exploring women business owners & entrepreneurs.
Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA.

16. August 8, 2004: Novel methods for researching women business owners and entrepreneurs: Aspects of business growth.
Academy of Management, New Orleans, LA.

17. August 4, 2004: Financing growth.
Women's Leadership Exchange, Long Beach, California.

18. June 17, 2004: Navigating your way to growing a strong business.
Graduate Alumnae International Network, New York City, New York

19. June 5, 2004: Positioning for growth: Women's use of bootstrapping to finance their ventures.
Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland

20. May 13, 2004: Women in the venture capital industry.
National Venture Capital Association Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

21. May 13, 2004: Financing growth.
Women's Leadership Exchange, Chicago, IL

22. April 21, 2004: Becoming a heroine.
WISE Conference, Syracuse, NY

23. April, 2004: The Diana Project and women's use of bootstrapping to finance their ventures.
Babson College, Wellesley, MA.

24. April, 2004: Financing growth of your business.
Women's Leadership Exchange, Chicago, IL.

25. March 21, 2004: Overview of the field for research teaching, and practice.
Forging new ground: Opportunities and challenges for women of color entrepreneurs, Simmons College, Boston, MA.

26. February 28, 2004: Full spectrum financial advice.
Office Depot Business Women's Conference, Strategies for Success, Baca Raton, FL.

27. January 4, 2004: Women, money and wealth creation: investigating the myths.
Annual Meeting Allied Social Science Associations, San Diego, CA.

28. November, 21-22, 2003: Women entrepreneurs: Underutilized resources in international economies.
Forum on Women Entrepreneurship - Wuhan University, Wuhan, China.

29. November 21, 2003: Women entrepreneurs: Financial hurdles in growing businesses.
Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, Paris, France.

30. November 18, 2003: Gatekeepers of venture growth: Are women venture capitalists linking pins?
SVCA-Q, women's networking group of the Swedish Venture Capital Association, Stockholm, Sweden.

31. October 13, 2003: Current Research in Women's Entrepreneurship.
Forum for Women Entrepreneurs/Babson Alumni Group, San Diego, CA.

32. August 20, 2003: Women and (no) venture capital - How do we close the divide?
Nordic Conference on Women Entrepreneurs, Oslo, Norway (Diana research presented by Cindy Long)

33. August 4, 2003: Women entrepreneurs: A consideration of entrepreneurial opportunities. National Academy of Management Symposium on "Gender Differences in Entrepreneurial Opportunity and Evaluation", presented to the Entrepreneurship and Gender and Diversity Divisions, Seattle, Washington

34. June, 2003: Women entrepreneurs and their ventures: An analysis of research and future directions.
23rd Babson College - Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Conference, Boston, MA.

35. June 17, 2003: Women and venture capital: How do we close the divide?
International Council for Small Business. ICSB 48th World Conference. Venture Capital Track.

36. April 21, 2003: The role of social capital and gender in linking financial suppliers and entrepreneurial firms.
Bloomington-Rotterdam International Doctoral and Graduate Exchange, Annual Entrepreneurship Workshop, Bloomington, Indiana. Bridge is a joint effort between the Institute for Development Strategies at Indiana University, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, and the EIM Business and Policy Research Center in The Netherlands.

37. April 18, 2003: Women, Money and entrepreneurship: Myths & Realities.
Thunderbird Graduate School, Tempe, Arizona

38. April, 2003: Women igniting the spirit of entrepreneurship - Capturing dreams, building realities
Syracuse University Program in Entrepreneurship & Emerging Enterprises, Syracuse, New York.

39. January, 2003: Financing women-owned businesses.
U.S. Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Hilton Head, NC.

40. January, 2003: Symposium on multicultural women business owners: Not as far as you think or further thinking?
U.S. Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Hilton Head, NC.

41. January, 2003: USASBE Best Workshop Award for Management Consulting: Financing women-owned businesses.

42. December 9, 2002. Women and Equity Capital - Myths and Realities
New England Women Business Owners Association (NEWBO), Wellesley, MA

43. December, 2002: Financing women entrepreneurs: Lessons from the U.S.Venture Capital: Women Players Venture Capital Access: 8 Myths Presented to: ITPS (Institute for tillvaxtpolitiska studier) - Ostersund, Sweden; Swedish Development Fund, Stockholm, Sweden Ministry of Industry, Trade & Development, Stockholm, Sweden; IVA, Stockholm, Sweden

44. November, 2002: Does enhancing women's financial sophistication promote entrepreneurial success? The need for training &development Promoting Female Entrepreneurship - Implications for Education, Training and Policy, Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dundalk, Ireland.

45. October 10, 2002: The courageous tales and powerful career lessons female entrepreneurs.
Kelley Alumni Club of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.

46. July, 2002: Non traditional sources of funding for women entrepreneurs.
Global Summit of Women, Barcelona, Spain.

47. June, 2002: Women of the venture capital industry: Do they make any difference.
Twenty Second Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Conference, Boulder, CO.

48. May, 2002: Who Gets the Money? Myths and Facts on Women Entrepreneurs and Venture Capital.
Presented to: Partnership University Business (organized by Connect Uppsala), Uppsala, Sweden; Malmö Hogskola (University), Malmö, Sweden; EMANO-dagen, Entrepreneurship Day conference organized by CEIB (Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovations and Business Development), Skellefteå, Sweden; FEM (Female Entrepreneurship and Management), Forum for smaforetagsforskning (FSF) Program, Swedish Foundation for Small Business Research); Handelshogskolan, Stockholm (Stockholm School of Economics), Stockholm, Sweden; Estrad (Open lecture series organized by ESBRI), Stockholm, Sweden; With streaming video to: Halmstad University; an entrepreneurship school in Ekenäs, Finland; Lund University, Lund, Sweden; Umeå University in Skellefteå, Sweden. Presentations sponsored by the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research Institute (ESBRI), Confederation of Swedish Enterprise (Svenskt Naringsliv), NUTEK (Verket for naringslivsutveckling: Swedish Business Development Agency), ITPS (Institute for tillvaxtpolitiska studier: Swedish Institute for Growth Policy Studies), Vinnova (Verket for innovationssystem: Swedish Agency for Innovation Systems).

49. April, 2002: Setting the stage: Patterns and development in women's entrepreneurship.
Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

50. March 5, 2002: Research on Women's Entrepreneurship. Women and Gender Studies Program.
University of Western Cape, Capetown, South Africa.

51. February, 2002: The myths surrounding women and venture capital - The Diana Project.
U.S. House of Representatives Women's Caucus, Washington, D.C.

52. January, 20, 2002: The Diana Project.
Inside Indiana Business Program, WTHR Channel 13.

53. November 12, 2001: Women & Equity Financing.
Indiana University Union Board, Bloomington, Indiana.

54. November 2, 2001: Venture capital access in the new economy: Is gender an issue?
American Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) meeting, Washington, D.C.

55. April 5, 2001: The Diana Project and Women Entrepreneurs.
Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship II Conference, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.

56. April 2001: Financing entrepreneurship: Is gender an issue?
Entrepreneurship and Public Policy: New Growth and Strategies for the 21st Century, sponsored by the Center of Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government, and the National Commission on Entrepreneurship, Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA.

57. April, 2001: The Diana Project.
State of the Angel Market, Sponsored by the Center for Venture Research, University of New Hampshire, Boston, MA.

58. April, 2001: Report to the Congressional Women's Caucus.
Sponsored by the National Commission on Entrepreneurship, Washington, D.C.

59. April 1, 2001: Financing entrepreneurship: Is gender an issue?
Women's Colloquium, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

60. March 6, 2001: The Diana Project: The Longitudinal Rollout.
Vision Keeper Conference on Women and Equity Capital, San Diego, CA.

61. February 2, 2001: Research in gender and equity capital or: Why I didn't hear it through the grapevine.
Brain Trust on Women's Entrepreneurship (II), The Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, San Francisco, CA.

62. November 30, 2000: Data Collection. The Increased Potential of Expanding Methodologies.
OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), Conference on Women's Entrepreneurship, Paris, France.

63. June, 2000: Women and equity capital: An exploration of factors affecting capital access.
Presented at the 20th Annual Babson College - Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Conference, Wellesley, MA.

Book Reviews

1. 2007. Hughes, K: Female Enterprise in the New Economy. Work and Occupations, 34 (1): 1-3.

2. 2007. deBruin, A: Women and Entrepreneurship: Contemporary Classics. Women in Management Review.

Proprietary data sets

1. U.S. Venture Capital Industry (681 partnerships); Preliminary data on U.K. industry (165 partnerships)

2. Longitudinal Data on 125 High Growth Women Owned Businesses

Article Citations

1. 2006. Entrepreneurial orientation and social capital as small firm strategies: A study of gender differences from a resource-based view. RC Runyan, P Huddleston, J Swinney - The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, Dec 2006, Vol. 2, no. 4.

2. 2006. Women's Business Centers in the United States: Effective Entrepreneurship Training and Policy Implementation. N Langowitz, N Sharpe, M Godwyn. Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship 19, no. 2 (2006): pp167-182.

3. 2006. Gender-based Small Business Programming: The Case of the Women's Enterprise Initiative. BJ Orser, AL Riding Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship 19, no. 2, 2006.

4. 2006. Why Research on Women Entrepreneurs Needs New Directions. By: Ahl, Helene. Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, Sep 2006, Vol. 30, Issue 5, p595-621.

5. 2006. Gender and the commercialization of university science: academic founders of spinout companies. By: Rosa, Peter; Dawson, Alison. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Jul 2006, Vol. 18, Issue 4, p341-366.

6. 2006. Exploring the Career/Achievement and Personal Life Orientation Differences between Entrepreneurs and Nonentrepreneurs: The Impact of Sex and Dependents. By: DeMartino, Richard; Barbato, Robert; Jacques, Paul H.. Journal of Small Business Management, Jul 2006, Vol. 44, Issue 3, p350-368.

7. 2006. A longitudinal study of the characteristics, business creation process and outcome differences of Canadian female vs. male nascent entrepreneurs. TV Menzies, M Diochon, Y Gasse, S Elgie - The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal. Vol. 2, no. 4/December, 2006.

8. 2006. Guest editorial: Female and ethnic minority entrepreneurship. N Fuller-Love, L Lim, G Akehurst - The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 2006. Vol. 2, no. 4, December 2006.

9. 2006. Success factors of Aboriginal women entrepreneurs: a study of Mohawk community in Canada. Terri R. Lituchy, Martha A. Reavley, Elena Lvina, Ronald J. Abraira. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Vol. 3, no. 6/2006, p760-778.

10. 2006. Men and women small business owners in Israel. Ayala Malach-Pines, Dafna Schwartz. Equal Opportunities International, 2006, Vol. 25, Issue 4.

11. 2006. Dilemma of Growth: Understanding Venture Size Choices of Women Entrepreneurs. Morris, Michael H.; Miyasaki, Nola N.; Watters, Craig E.; Coombes, Susan M. Journal of Small Business Management, Apr 2006, Vol. 44, Issue 2, p221-244.

12. 2006. The Propensity of Male vs. Female Students To Take Courses and Degree Concentrations in Entrepreneurship. TV Menzies, H Tatroff - Journal of Small Business and Entrepreneurship, 2006. Vol. 19, no. 2, p203-223.

13. 2006. 'Desperately seeking finance?' The demand for finance by women-owned and -led businesses. Hill, F.M., Leitch, C.M., Harrison, R.T. Venture Capital, 8(2), p159-182.

14. 2006. Guest editorial: Women and the financing of entrepreneurial ventures: More pieces for the Jigsaw. By: Leitch, Claire; Hill, Frances. Venture Capital, Jan-Mar 2006, Vol. 8, Issue 1, p1-14

15. 2006. The financing of disadvantaged entrepreneurs: Are enterprise programmes overcoming the finance gap? Rouse, J., Jayawarna, D. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 12 (6), p388-400.

16. 2006. Acquisition of additional equity capital by small firms - Findings from the national survey of small business finances. Ou, C., Haynes, G.W. Small Business Economics, 27 (2-3), p157-168.

17. 2006. New venture financing and subsequent business growth in men- and women-led businesses. Alsos, G.A., Isaksen, E.J., Ljunggren, E. Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, Sep 2006, 30 (5), p667-686.

18. 2006. Women entrepreneurs and financial capital. Orser, B.J., Riding, A.L., Manley, K. Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice, Sep 2006, 30 (5), p643-665.

19. Financial Services Industry: Overall Trends in Management-Level Diversity and Diversity Initiatives, 1993-2004: GAO-06-617. Williams, Orice M. GAO Reports, 7/12/2006.

20. 2006. Female entrepreneurs, work-family conflict, and venture performance: New insights into the work-family interface. Shelton, L.M. Journal of Small Business Management, 44 (2), p285-297.

21. 2006. Financing of women-owned ventures: The impact of gender and other owner- and firm-related variables. Constantinidis, C., Cornet, A., Asandei, S. Venture Capital (Apr-Jun 2006), 8 (2), p133-157.

22. 2006. Breaking the family and friends' circle: Predictors of external financing usage among men and women entrepreneurs in a transitional economy. Manolova, T.S., Manev, I.M., Carters, N.M., Gyoshev, B.S. Venture Capital, 8 (2), p109-132.

23. 2006. Gender, marriage, and asset accumulation in the United States. By: Schmidt, Lucie; Sevak, Purvi. Feminist Economics, Jan-Apr, Vol. 12, Issue 1/2, p139-166.

24. 2006. External funding and firm growth: Comparing female- and male-controlled SMEs. Watson, John. Venture Capital, Jan-Mar, Vol. 8, Issue (1), p33-49.

25. 2006. Should government be stimulating start-ups? An assessment of the scope for public intervention in new venture formation. Atherton, A. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 24 (1), p21-36.

26. 2006. Financing the celtic tigress: Venture financing and informal investment in Ireland. O'Gorman, C., Terjesen, S. Venture Capital, Jan-Mar 2006, 8 (1), p69-88.

27. 2005. Women Entrepreneurs: Can We Remove the Barriers? J Winn. The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal 1, p381-397, 2005.

28. 2005. The Emergence of Entrepreneurship Education: Development, Trends, and Challenges. By: Kuratko, Donald F.. Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, Sep 2005, Vol. 29, Issue 5, p577-597, 21p, 3 charts; DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-6520.2005.00099.x; (AN 17879375)

29. 2005. Local Knowledge Advances Women's Access to Corporate Boards. By: Adams, Susan M.; Flynn, Patricia M. Corporate Governance: An International Review, Nov 2005, Vol. 13, Issue 6, p836-846.

30. 2005. Following the pathway of female entrepreneurs. A six-country investigation. Emma McClelland, Janine Swail, Jim Bell, Patrick Ibbotson. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, Vol. 11, Issue 2, 2005.

31. 2005. Entrepreneurial women and private capital: The New Zealand perspective (2005) Anne de Bruin and Susan Flint-Hartle Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research, Vol. 11, Issue 2, 2005, p108-128.

32. 2005. All Credit to Men? Entrepreneurship, Finance, and Gender. By: Marlow, Susan; Patton, Dean. Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice, Nov 2005, Vol. 29, Issue 6, p717-735, 19p; DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-6520.2005.00105.x; (AN 18417821).

33. 2005. Local knowledge advances women's access to corporate boards. Adams, S. M. and P. M. Flynn. Corporate Governance - an International Review, 13 (6), p836-846.

34. 2004. Examining Venture-related Myths Concerning Women Entrepreneurs. By: Menzies, Teresa V.; Diochon, Monica; Gasse, Yvon. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, Aug 2004, Vol. 9, Issue 2, p89-107, 19p, 5 charts; (AN 14059006).

35. 2004. Our Entrepreneurial Future: Examining the Diverse Attitudes and Motivations of Teens Across Gender and Ethnic Identity. By: Wilson, Fiona; Marlino, Deborah; Kickul, Jill. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, Dec 2004, Vol. 9, Issue 3, p177-197, 21p; (AN 16003794).

36. 2004. Women entrepreneurs securing business angel financing: Tales from the field. Amatucci, F.M., Sohl, J.E. Venture Capital, 6 (2-3), p181-196.

37. 2004. Editorial: New issues in venture capital. An introduction to the special issue. Mason, C.M., Harrison, R.T. Venture Capital 6 (2-3), p95-103.

38. 2004. Women Entrepreneurs: Can We Remove the Barriers? J Winn. The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, 2005, 1, p381-397.

39. 2003. Entrepreneurs and Motherhood: Impacts on Their Children in South Africa and the United States. By: Schindehutte, Minet; Morris, Michael; Brennan, Catriona. Journal of Small Business Management, Jan 2003, Vol. 41, Issue 1, p94, 14p, 4 charts; (AN 9400179).

Book Citations

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3. 2006. Female Enterprise in the New Economy. by Karen D. Hughes - Page 215. Women's Entrepreneurship in Canada: Progress, Puzzles, and Priorities.' in Growth Oriented Women Entrepreneurs ...

4. 2006. Options for the Beginner and Beyond: Unlock the Opportunities and Minimize the Risks. by W. Edward Olmstead.

5. 2005. Forex Revolution: An Insider's Guide To The Real World Of Foreign Exchange Trading. by Peter Rosenstreich - Business & Economics.

6. 2005. Crossroads of Entrepreneurship. edited by Guido Corbetta, Morton Huse, Davide Ravasi - Business & Economics - 279 pages. Page 11 - The Diana project: Women business owners and equity capital, The myths dispelled, Kaufmann Foundation.

7. 2005. Minding Her Own Business: The Self-employed Woman's Essential Guide to Taxes and Financial Records. Jan Zobel. - Page 227.

8. 2005. Making Bread: The Ultimate Financial Guide for Women Who Need Dough. By Gail Harlow - Page 259.

9. 2005. Economic Development In Pacific Asia. by Kanhaya L. Gupta, Hafiz A. Akhand. Routledge - Page 150.

10. 2005. Secrets of Successful Women Entrepreneurs by Sue Stockdale.

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2. 2005. Demystifying the Women Entrepreneurs in Sydney, Australia a Best Practice Model. Dr. Meena Chavan http://www.sbaer.uca.edu/research/icsb/2005/040.pdf

3. 2005. Does Gender Matter? Women Business Angels and the Supply of Entrepreneurial Finance in the United Kingdom. (2005) RT HARRISON, CM MASON - gle.co.uk Working Paper 01-05, May 2005. University of Strathclyde, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship ... financing source by women entrepreneurs. However, as the DIANA project notes...

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Grants funded (Total: $449,300)

1. $2,000. 2004. United States Small Business & Entrepreneurship Association. Women entrepreneurs and growth: Implications for the classroom.

2. $40,000. Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. 2003. Insight Report on Women in the Venture Capital Industry in the United States.

3. $3,000. Coleman Foundation. 2003. Women entrepreneurs moving front and center: An overview of research and theory

4. $200,000. Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. 2001-2002. The Virtual Center For Women and Equity: The Diana Project.

5. $39,000. U.S. Small Business Administration. 2000-2001. An Investigation of Venture Capital in Women and Minority-Owned Firms.

6. $166,300. Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. 2000-2001. The Virtual Center For Women and Equity: The Diana Project.

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