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Female entrepreneurship in Asia : The case of Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam

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  • Debroux,Philippe
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Title Female entrepreneurship in Asia
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The case of Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam

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Author(English)

Debroux,Philippe

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[Tokyo],[Japan] : SOKA University

Date 2017
Pages 23
Subject Country Japan(Asia and Pacific)
Malaysia(Asia and Pacific)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Vietnam(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Entrepreneurship
Social Development < Employment
Holding SOKA university
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Abstract

The article concentrates on the significance given to female entrepreneurship and on the policies pursued to promote it. In the four countries, its importance was stressed since the end of the 1990s. It can enrich the offer, help to revive the urban and rural fabric and create jobs. Female entrepreneurs with a managerial experience could be at the origin of innovating companies and stimulate growth. Entrepreneurship can also be a solution for those experiencing difficulties to enter or remain on the job market. They could ensure their own employment and create others of them. However, policies pursued during these last fifteen years in the four countries were only moderately positive. Female entrepreneurship progressed but not as much as expected. Significant changes in policiesʼ orientation are necessary to achieve the ambitious objectives established in the four countries.