5 ways policy could close the gender gap in entrepreneurship
Despite a closing of the gender gap in labour force participation rates over the past 25 years, women continue to be under-represented in entrepreneurship. This needs to change.
BA (University of British Columbia), MA (McMaster University. 2001-11: Economist for Canadian government working on SME research and policy, focusing on high growth firms. Since 2011: Economist at OECD working on inclusive entrepreneurship and the development of entrepreneurship skills. Author of many OECD books and reports, including The Missing Entrepreneurs series of books and the recently published book Inclusive Business Creation. Also a jazz saxophonist.