Economic Empowerment and Cyber Equality: A Study on Women’s Entrepreneurship in the Digital Landscape

  • Dayitha T.K. and Ramiya Shree M.
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  • Dayitha T.K.

    Student at SASTRA Deemed University, India

  • Ramiya Shree M.

    Student at SASTRA Deemed University, India

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The legal research study delves into the complexities of women's entrepreneurship in India's digital landscape, focusing on economic empowerment and cyber equality. It scrutinizes the legal frameworks impacting women entrepreneurs, exploring how these frameworks hinder or facilitate economic empowerment and cyber equality in the digital era. The study evaluates access to digital resources, including e-commerce regulations, laws on digital business ownership, and intellectual property rights in India. In India, women entrepreneurs face challenges from traditional gender norms and the evolving digital environment. The study aims to identify barriers and opportunities for women in business, proposing potential legal reforms to create a gender-inclusive entrepreneurial environment. It assesses the effectiveness of e-commerce regulations, registration procedures, taxation, and compliance requirements on women's entrepreneurial ventures. Furthermore, the research dissects intellectual property rights for women-led businesses, examining trademarks, patents, and copyrights. It scrutinizes existing intellectual property laws to address unique obstacles faced by women entrepreneurs. The study also explores cyber equality and women's entrepreneurship online, analyzing the impact of social media, online networks, and digital marketing on women-led businesses. By critiquing current legal frameworks, the study aims to provide insights for policy recommendations and legal reforms that support women entrepreneurs in the digital era. It seeks to enhance the legal landscape to promote economic empowerment and cyber equality for women entrepreneurs in India, fostering a more supportive environment for their ventures.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 3, Page 177 - 189


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