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Call for papers: Inequalities in Entrepreneurship Opportunities: the intersectionality of contexts, situatedness, positionalities and identities

  • 1.  Call for papers: Inequalities in Entrepreneurship Opportunities: the intersectionality of contexts, situatedness, positionalities and identities

    Posted 12-20-2021 08:25
    Submissions: 17 April 2022 -  17 August 2022

    The aim of this special issue is to establish an open critical debate and to offer a provocative space to discuss inequalities in entrepreneurship beyond original ideas of intersectionality, by bringing translocational positionality and situated context in defining new intersectional perspectives that can explain the marginalised experiences of contemporary groups of entrepreneurs. In bringing the current research on contemporary entrepreneurship which happens in urban, rural, cosmopolitan settings, in emerging industries, and new geographical locations of Global South by old and new groups of entrepreneurs, whose identities are shaped by gendered norms, and gendered structures, sectoral experiences and new technologies and social media, this special issue has the potential to challenge the existing conceptualisations of heroic masculine icon and their high growth venturing and unearth the heterogeneity of who is the contemporary entrepreneur, and how their experiences in entrepreneurship are marginalising and shaped by dynamic intersecting contexts. 

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    Inequalities in Entrepreneurship Opportunities: the intersectionality of contexts, situatedness, positionalities and identities
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    Inequalities in Entrepreneurship Opportunities: the intersectionality of contexts, situatedness, positionalities and identities
    This special issue reopens the debate on Inequalities in Entrepreneurship Opportunities by providing a space for a dialogue between established intersectionality theories and the emerging relevant approaches of contextualized or situated positionality-based entrepreneurship. We invite manuscripts that examine entrepreneurship by looking at multiplied or amplified inequalities which can be explained, among others, through the concept of intersectionality.
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    Natalia Vershinina
    Professor of Entrepreneurship
    Audencia Business School
    Nantes
    @ProfVershinina
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