Projects
'DISRUPTIVE DEVELOPMENT':
SOCIAL ENTERPRISE IN BANGLADESH

In Bangladesh, research conducted between 2013-2019 focused on social enterprises that train young women to be digital technology entrepreneurs, to encourage them to work their way out of poverty while simultaneously providing digital services to rural communities.

FURTHER READING

"The ambiguous figures of social enterprise: Gendered flexibility and relational work among the iAgents of Bangladesh" (2017) - Juli Huang


"Digital aspirations: ‘Wrong‐number’ mobile‐phone relationships and experimental ethics among women entrepreneurs in rural Bangladesh"(2018) - Juli Huang


To Be an Entrepreneur: Social Enterprise and Disruptive Development in Bangladesh (2020, Cornell University Press) - Juli Huang


"Taking the front seat: How women in rural Bangladesh manage kinship expectations in order to work as entrepreneurs" (2019) - Hanna Geary


"Radical entrepreneurship: Challenging caste-based discrimination and socio-structural constraints to inclusion in rural Bangladesh" (2019) - Grace Mueller


"Permission and positions: Aspirations, agency and interdependence of women entrepreneurs in rural Bangladesh" (2019) - Paige Chisholm


"The role of shadow education in empowering women: stories from rural Bangladesh" - (2019) Jacqui Bassett