In tandem with our list of the top ten womenabling news and events of the year – highlighted in the previous blogpost – we’d now like to share our list of the most noteworthy womenabling research reports of 2010. Here they are, listed in alphabetical order by report title.
You might notice that there are 11 rather than a “top ten,” but we couldn’t decide which one to take out. And we might even have had 12 if we’d only seen a GEM women’s entrepreneurship report this year …
- “Evaluating women entrepreneurs in the informal sector: marginalisation dynamics or rational economic choice?”, Williams/Gurtoo, ICSB-IJGE-NWBC 2010 Awardee for Best Paper in Women’s Entrepreneurship
- The Global Gender Gap Report, 2010, World Economic Forum
- Hidden Social Enterprises, Delta Economics
- High Performance Entrepreneurs: Women in High Tech, Illuminate Ventures
- Power, Voice and Rights: A Turning Point for Gender Equality in Asia and the Pacific, UNDP
- Prioritizing the Value of Technology to America’s Small Business Owners: Assessing the Importance of Software, Company Websites, and Social Media, Guardian Life Small Business Research Institute
- The Roadmap to 2020: Fueling the Growth of Women’s Enterprise Development, Quantum Leaps
- Women and Mobile: A Global Opportunity, Cherie Blair Foundation, GSMA Dev’t Fund, Vital Wave Consulting
- Women, Business and the Law 2010, World Bank
- Women’s Economic Opportunity Index, Economist Intelligence Unit
- The World’s Women, 2010: Trends and Statistics, UN
Take a look at these important studies, and save them in your womenabling reference files. Happy New Year!