In 2019, talking about male / female controversy in entrepreneurship no longer makes any sense. Is addressing the subject through femininity and masculinity a better way to understand it?
What are the masculine entrepreneurial practices determined as "dominant" and how do they manifest themselves in the face of "deviant" behaviors considered as feminine? Can an entrepreneur be thought of as an individual with feminine and / or masculine behaviors regardless his/her gender? Why are some women very comfortable in so-called masculine practices and vice versa?
What are the fundamentals and implications of this behavioral approach that differentiates "masculinity" from "femininity" in entrepreneurship and how it impacts our economy ?