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Indian Businesswomen: Measuring Success

By Andrea Carlson

Abstract

The status of women in India has improved in recent years, but compared to the decreasing levels of gender disparity in employment throughout parts of the world, limited numbers of women in India find themselves able to access professional business positions. The following research paper explores the status of women in India’s business world and explains how factors of their history, upbringing, and culture influence the success of Indian women. An analysis of Indian history, specific case studies, and a comparison of the inequality in business in the United States and India provide the background for the concluding recommendations regarding ways in which we can encourage increased success of India’s businesswomen

Topics: gender discrimination, indian women, women, women in business, Community-Based Research, Gender and Sexuality, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Sociology
Publisher: DigitalCommons@Pace
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.pace.edu:honorscollege_theses-1112
Provided by: DigitalCommons@Pace

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