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VENTAJA COMPETITIVA Y DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO

Vol. 6 Núm. 1 (2012): La arquitectura financiera en las organizaciones para la competitividad: 978-607-96203-0-1

Influencia del género en la selección de estrategias corporativas

Enviado
junio 20, 2016
Publicado
2018-08-25

Resumen

Este trabajo se centrará en el fenómeno de la mujer emprendedora. En los últimos años ha sido evidente el aumento de la participación de la mujer en el emprendimiento teniendo un importante efecto en la creación de empleos y el crecimiento económico. Con el  objetivo de determinar el impacto que tiene el género sobre la formulación estratégica utilizada por el emprendedor, en concreto la selección de las estrategias corporativas, se aplicó un modelo de regresión logística binaria utilizando la encuesta a la población adulta (APS) de la base de datos del Global Entrepreneurship Monitor de España del año 2009. Se encontró que las mujeres poseen una formulación estratégica propia. Sobre las estrategias corporativas, se descubrió que el hecho de ser mujer hace que disminuya el efecto de seleccionar la industria extractiva y de la transformación, mientras que aumenta el efecto de escoger la industria de servicios orientados al consumidor.

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