Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship reviews the growing literature on female entrepreneurship and women-owned businesses across various disciplines (ecomics, psychology, sociology, anthropology, etc.) to show that observed differences in the rate of new business creation across genders rest t only on cultural and socio-ecomic conditions but also on the fact that women and men tend to have different perceptions of their business environments. Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship considers the macroecomic implications of female entrepreneurship and reviews issues related to the division of labor within families and their implications for the employment decisions of women. This mograph also reviews gender differences in management styles, financing, and networking. Finally, Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship identifies gaps in the literature and suggests areas where further research is needed. Gender Issues in Entrepreneurship the paper provides a well-round starting point for people interested in learning the scope and depth of the field as well as for people who want to deepen their kwledge of any specific topic within the field.