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URN etd-0726108-125846
Author Hai-yun chen
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Department Public Affairs Management
Year 2007
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title A Study of Key Factors on Micro-Entrepreneurship and
Sustainable Management for Indigenous Women
Date of Defense 2008-06-13
Page Count 189
Keyword
  • ATLAS.ti
  • Micro-Entrepreneurship
  • Indigenous Woman
  • Abstract Abstract
    This Concept of micro-entrepreneurship deriving from APEC (Asia Pacific
    Economic Cooperation), it is said that the best method to improve women’s economy
    is to encourage them by involving into it. Traditionally, Taiwan indigenous peoples
    had always earned their living by farming, foresting, fishing, and herding as primary
    industries, which relatively caused tribal society an inferior situation and low income.
    With recent years of social, industrial, and educational change in structure, the
    development of knowledge economic gives indigenous peoples an option to start their
    own enterprise, or chances to serve in all walks of life. On the other hand, our
    government also makes every effort to popularize to start a enterprise and provides
    plural entrepreneurship loans. After effective guiding and assisting, a number of
    entrepreneurships grow by 3000 to 5000 cases per year and have higher portions for
    women. In 2006, entrepreneurship for women is up to 44.9% and not far from 55.1%
    for men.
    From 2002 to 2006, Council of Indigenous People, Executive Yuan had issued 822
    loan cases in total from Indigenous People Developing Fund, whiled 346(40%) were
    for women. Therefore, entrepreneurships for indigenous women are growing in
    market. In Taiwan, about one hundred thousand small and medium-sized enterprises
    establish every year, but only twenty thousand exist. Low capitalization and
    less-than-five-people micro enterprises turn over faster. Entrepreneurship is easy,
    but holding achievements is hard. Council of Indigenous People, Executive Yuan
    had selected 14 successful indigenous women in 2006. This study, thus, focuses onindigenous women who have their own business by using In-Depth Interviewing and
    ATLAS.ti software. And we get the result that the key factors for indigenous women
    in entrepreneurship are keeping practicing and possessing great sense of mission for
    indigenous culture. We have demonstrated with figures of network.
    This study finds that when surveying their experiences and progress, responders
    recalled the major problems were lack of entrepreneurship capitals (mainly), lack of
    turnover capitals, lack of managing experiences, and lack of adaptable talents. Some
    would think that government is not a helper but a barrier during entrepreneurship
    progress. In the future, government should let it as a mirror when driving indigenous
    policies.
    Advisory Committee
  • none - chair
  • none - co-chair
  • none - advisor
  • none - advisor
  • Files
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    Date of Submission 2008-07-26

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