Challenges Faced by Women Entrepreneurs in Pakistan: A Qualitative Study

Ahmad Nawaz

Abstract


Although there are big numbers of women entrepreneurs in Pakistan, and their percentage in the population is almost
half 49.6%. They can play an important role in the economy. In Pakistan, most of the studies were on opportunities
for the women in Pakistan. In this study, we tried to explore research questions: what sort of difficulties are
experienced by females “entrepreneurs” in Pakistan? How ‘societal and cultural aspects effect “women entrepreneurs”
in Pakistan? For this purpose, I opted the qualitative research strategy. There were some emerging themes. In the end,
I concluded this study, discussed some limitations, and suggested future directions.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/mos.v5n2p13

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