Emprendimiento femenino en Bolivia y autoconfianza

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  • Verónica Querejazu Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.35319/lajed.202136452

Palabras clave:

emprendimiento, factores psicológicos en la toma de decisiones, economía de género, Bolivia

Resumen

El estudio del emprendimiento femenino en países en desarrollo es relevante por su potencial económico e impacto en el empoderamiento de las mujeres. La revisión de la literatura muestra, además de la evolución del estudio del emprendimiento liderado por mujeres, la pertinencia de abordar el comportamiento emprendedor de ellas desde la perspectiva psicosocial; una perspectiva que supera la aproximación binaria oportunidad-necesidad y destaca la incidencia de la autoconfianza en dicha acción. La aplicación de ese enfoque al caso boliviano permite observar que la conducta emprendedora se manifiesta en particular entre mujeres jóvenes con cierto respaldo económico y con altos niveles de autoconfianza; esta última característica psicológica que expresa determinación y constancia para lograr un objetivo por encima del riesgo y la incertidumbre en mercados altamente competitivos. La autoconfianza emprendedora en las mujeres bolivianas convoca a valorar los incentivos psicosociales en la construcción de políticas públicas.

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Emprendimiento femenino en Bolivia y autoconfianza

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2021-11-24

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Querejazu, V. (2021). Emprendimiento femenino en Bolivia y autoconfianza. Revista Latinoamericana De Desarrollo Económico, (36), 43–78. https://doi.org/10.35319/lajed.202136452