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2009 (Vol. 1, Issue: 1)
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A Comparative Study of Women Entrepreneurs in Formal and Informal Economy: A Study of Dhaka City

S.S.M. Sadrul Huda, M. Sayeed Alam and M. Yunus Khan
Corresponding Author:  S. S. M. Sadrul Huda 

Key words:  Informal sector, women entrepreneur, Dhaka, , , ,
Vol. 1 , (1): Page No: 19-23
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2009 June, 22 2009 July, 02
Abstract:

Informal economy has significant impact on employment and income generation. Normally business which are not reorganized, not recorded by public authorities are considered to be the part of informal sector. Informal sector business are small size of operation and low investment so entry is easy compare to formal business. On the other hand women owned business drawn significant attention around the world. This study is compared women entrepreneurs between formal and informal sector. It is find that women in informal and formal sector starts business for independence. In both sector the size of the business is small and operated from their own residence. With successful business performance most of the women in formal and informal sector wants to extend the business. There is no significant differences between women owned business in formal and informal sector. The size of the business, ease of entry and cost of doing business are sam e in both sector. Women in formal sector does not receive enough support from the authority . Women entrepreneurs in both sectors have entrepreneur mentality so utilize this m entality eventually expand their business. The study is based on Dhaka city only so extended survey for other part of the Bangladesh is suggested.
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S.S.M. Sadrul Huda, M. Sayeed Alam and M. Yunus Khan, 2009. A Comparative Study of Women Entrepreneurs in Formal and Informal Economy: A Study of Dhaka City.  Asian Journal of Business Management, 1(1): Page No: 19-23.
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