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Developing women entrepreneurs in South Asia

Shalini Sinha

Developing women entrepreneurs in South Asia

issues, initiatives and experiences

by Shalini Sinha

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Published by United Nations,Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific in [Bangkok] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Businesswomen -- South Asia,
  • Entrepreneurship -- Government policy -- South Asia,
  • Government aid to small business -- South Asia

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Trade and Investment Division
    The Physical Object
    Pagination49 p. ;
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17234162M
    ISBN 109211204631
    ISBN 109789211204636

      Overcoming Barriers to Girls’ Education in South Asia I am grateful to UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia for entrusting me with the task of carrying out this study. My thanks are due to Raka Rashid, Regional Coordinator for South Asia, UNGEI, who has been of   Female-run enterprises are steadily growing all over the world, contributing to household incomes and growth of national economies. However, women face time, human, physical, and social constraints that limit their ability to grow their businesses. The

      We will begin with an overview of the context of South East Asia before presenting cases of Japanese SIEEs in Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, illustrating how Japanese SIEEs are developing their careers and engaging with their :// A book launched at the event titled ‘Reflections on Policies for Women Small and Medium Entrepreneurs: Status Challenges and Opportunities in Hindu Kush Himalayas and the SAARC Region’ has

      being significantly greater for women entrepreneurs, In South Asia, where the gender gap in both developed and developing markets that tar-geting the women’s market is profitable. For exam- The annual growth rate of women-owned businesses in South-East Asia are higher than that of men. The annual growth rate of women-owned businesses in Indonesia and Malaysia were percent and percent respectively compared to lower rate recorded by their male counterparts at percent and percent ://


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Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Trade and Investment Division.] While a lot of these developing countries deem women in the market as necessity-driven entrepreneurs impelled by a need for survival, how women across Asia have progressively been marking their The Problem Asia as a research context is significantly different, in many ways, from Western contexts where a majority of studies on women in leadership have been ://   In line with the select topics focused upon at the South Asia Policy Dialogue on Women’s Entrepreneurship, emphasis will be placed on challenges related to the two latter categories; capacity development and access to finance.

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