Wine is one of the most traditional products and bears a high symbolic value, and for some countries of the world, it is the bearer of the knowledge of the community, which contains tangible and intangible assets. It also generates income, employment, economic and social value. Starting from the results of a previous study by the authors (Paoloni et al., Knowl Ecosyst Growth 1132–1156, 2019), this work aims to fill the gaps that have emerged in the literature on the subject of female entrepreneurship in the wine business scenario. To comply with the objective of the document, a bibliographic search was conducted on Scopus, using a series of selected keywords. The literature identified was then analysed using a structured literature review (SRL) proposed by Paoloni and Demartini (Palgrave Commun 2(1):16094, 2016). This paper helps to extend international literature by building a global framework on female entrepreneurship in the wine sector which, starting from the state of the art, highlights the contribution of the female role in the sector, as it provides different inputs for future research and analysis. The main implication of the paper is to advance knowledge and practice on the role of women in the economy and on the contribution of female entrepreneurs to the growth of the country, focusing on empirical researches, theoretical developments, practice and current issues. Taking into account that female entrepreneurship is considered central to the development of economies, the deepening of knowledge on how female entrepreneurs manage relationships – both internally and externally – in their business can help improve policies aimed at promoting the participation of women entrepreneurs in the economy.

Investigating the female role in the wine sector. Business administration perspective on a Decade of Research (2010–2019) / Paoloni, Paola; Cosentino, Antonietta; Iannone, Barbara. - (2020).

Investigating the female role in the wine sector. Business administration perspective on a Decade of Research (2010–2019)

Paoloni, Paola;Cosentino, Antonietta
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2020

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Wine is one of the most traditional products and bears a high symbolic value, and for some countries of the world, it is the bearer of the knowledge of the community, which contains tangible and intangible assets. It also generates income, employment, economic and social value. Starting from the results of a previous study by the authors (Paoloni et al., Knowl Ecosyst Growth 1132–1156, 2019), this work aims to fill the gaps that have emerged in the literature on the subject of female entrepreneurship in the wine business scenario. To comply with the objective of the document, a bibliographic search was conducted on Scopus, using a series of selected keywords. The literature identified was then analysed using a structured literature review (SRL) proposed by Paoloni and Demartini (Palgrave Commun 2(1):16094, 2016). This paper helps to extend international literature by building a global framework on female entrepreneurship in the wine sector which, starting from the state of the art, highlights the contribution of the female role in the sector, as it provides different inputs for future research and analysis. The main implication of the paper is to advance knowledge and practice on the role of women in the economy and on the contribution of female entrepreneurs to the growth of the country, focusing on empirical researches, theoretical developments, practice and current issues. Taking into account that female entrepreneurship is considered central to the development of economies, the deepening of knowledge on how female entrepreneurs manage relationships – both internally and externally – in their business can help improve policies aimed at promoting the participation of women entrepreneurs in the economy.
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