A Systematic Review on Women Entrepreneurship in Food Processing Sector

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Reema Jenifer D’Silva
Ganesh Bhat S.

Abstract

Purpose: The recent surge in women entrepreneurship has resulted in a shift in the demographics of business and country’s economic growth. This paper attempts to understand the evolution of women entrepreneurship and major contributing factors behind the development in the Indian context through a systematic literature review.


Design: The study reviewed the literature on various aspects of women entrepreneurship of food processing sector in India published between 1980 and 2022 and further analyzed women entrepreneurship of food processing sector using ABCD analysis.


Findings: Of late, women entrepreneurship has become quite popular in India, there are several gaps in the research in this area, resulting in numerous dimensions for future research.


Practical implication: This study will provide a historical perspective of women entrepreneurs in India and will assist the researcher in focusing the study on essential areas that require additional research.


Value: Women entrepreneurship has sparked a lot of interest among academics. Several studies and reviews are being conducted in this field. A review of the evolutio

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Reema Jenifer D’Silva, & Ganesh Bhat S. (2022). A Systematic Review on Women Entrepreneurship in Food Processing Sector. International Journal of Case Studies in Business, IT and Education (IJCSBE), 6(2), 15–49. https://doi.org/10.47992/IJCSBE.2581.6942.0183
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