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Analysing the Diffusion of the Ideas and Knowledge on Economic Open Problems on Female Entrepreneur in US Over Time: The Case of Wikipedia (Year 2015–2017)

  • Paola PaoloniEmail author
  • Carlo Drago
Conference paper
Part of the Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics book series (SPBE)

Abstract

An important problem on the entrepreneurship field is the precise comprehension of the diffusion dynamics of the ideas and knowledge. In fact ideas can have an important impact on the business and on the managerial decisions. So in this sense the analysis of the evolution of the ideas need to be carefully considered and evaluated. In this work we will propose a time-series cluster analysis of pageviews data of selected topics on Gender in Wikipedia. Results give relevant insights on the evolution of relevant topics as the gender pay and role at work over time. These points can provide useful relevant informations in real business contexts.

Keywords

Entrepreneurship Gender Culture Clustering Time series clustering Exploratory data analysis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Rome “N. Cusano”RomeItaly
  2. 2.CED—Center for Economic Development & Social ChangeNaplesItaly

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