Pakistani Women Entrepreneurs in Life Course Approach

Hira Batool, Kalim Ullah

Abstract


Recently women entrepreneur literature in developed countries has been assessed through their life course approach due to the criticism on the absence of study from the perspective of structural pattern, in which the women are embedded through means of qualitative study. This reveals so many clarifications to the existence themes. Still the Pakistani entrepreneurial literature neglecting the women entrepreneur life course experiences due to social-cultural context of Pakistan. The present study focused on the ten Pakistani women entrepreneur from Islamabad and Peshawar region by the lens of life course approach through semi-structured interview. The qualitative analysis of the life course approach among Pakistani women entrepreneur exposed some additional factor to life course approach and contrary findings as compared to the developed countries. The Pakistani women’s rich stories are affected through life course approach but the social-cultural context made it little worst means bringing into business with less flexible approach.


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