Development organizations and governments looking to promote female entrepreneurship should focus on package interventions that address more than one constraint.

Understanding how to best support female entrepreneurs is an important part of the policy agenda to promote growth and productivity in developing countries. But it is also important in redressing the deeply entrenched inequalities of opportunity by ethnicity, race, and gender that the COVID-19 pandemic has so harshly brought to light—not only in developing and emerging economies, but in advanced economies as well

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