Gender disparity revealed in new article about female entrepreneurs and equity crowdfunding
Gender has a significant relationship with the amount of funding raised, reveals the recently published article "Female entrepreneurs and equity crowdfunding in the US: Receiving less when asking for more" by Duquesne Law Assistant Professor Seth C. Oranburg, J.D. and co-author Mark Geiger of Duquesne School of Business published in the Journal of Venturing Insights by Science Direct.
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