Gender and Business History
Since the 1990s, historians started paying particular attention to the implications of including a gender-informed perspective in their research. Business history was not excluded from this trend. Mary Yaeger (University of California at Berkeley) editor of Women in Business and a number of influential publications is a pioneer in developing this approach. In the following video she explains the implications and importance of this perspective for our understanding of business history.
More on Mary Yaeger
A bibliography and other resources on women in business history
Kwolek-Folland, Angel (1998), Incorporating Women: A History of Women and Business in the United States. New York: Simon & Schuster.