Female Entrepreneurship in East and South-East Asia by Philippe Debroux
Opportunities and Challenges (Chandos Asian Studies Series)

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This detailed study of female entrepreneurship in Asia examines the high economic growth that is increasingly driven by market-oriented economic reforms favouring entrepreneurship. There is a higher awareness by women of their political and socio-economic rights and recognition by society at large of social legitimacy of women pursuing business activities in their own right. This book assesses socio-cultural and economic factors influencing female entrepreneurship in Asia as well as the process and the tools and challenges that accompany it.

Opportunity to acquire knowledge on the socio-economic roles played by women as entrepreneurs in the region Description and analysis of the issue in countries at different stages of economic development and with different socio-economic and cultural environmentA broad approach encompassing historical, political, sociological, economics and businesses-related aspects of female entrepreneurship

About Philippe Debroux

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Professor Philippe Debroux is a Professor of International Management at Soka University (Japan). He is also visiting Professor of International Management and Human Resource Management on a regular basis at Hanoi Economic University, Tsukuba University (Japan), Rennes University Center for Japanese Studies (France) and Brussels Solvay Business School MBA program.
Published August 5, 2010 by Chandos Publishing. 260 pages
Genres: History, Travel. Non-fiction