Potansiyel Girisimci Olan Kadinlarin Motivasyon Faktorleri ve Eskisehir’de Bir Arastirma
AbstractGirisimcilik, ulkelerin ekonomik ve sosyal gelisimindeki onemli itici guclerden birini olusturmaktadir; ozellikle soz konusu kadin girisimciligi oldugunda girisimcilige verilen deger ve onem daha da artmaktadir. Ulkemizde girisimcilik ve motivasyon faktorlerini arastiran bircok calisma olmasina ragmen, bu calismada potansiyel kadin girisimcilerin motivasyon faktorleri incelenerek, yazinda ilk olarak onemli bir boslugun doldurulacagina inanilmaktadir. Bu calismadan elde edilen sonuclarin, girisimciligi destekleyen bircok ozel, kamu ve sivil orgutlerinin politika ve programlarina yeni bir bakis acisi getirecegi dusunulmektedir. Bu baglamda, bu calismada Eskisehir sehrinde 13 potansiyel kadin girisimciyle yapilan derinlemesine gorusmeyle elde edilen veriler, tumevarim analiziyle cozumlenmistir. Arastirma sonuclarina gore kadinlarin hem iten hem de ceken motivasyon faktorleriyle girisimci olma isteklerinin sekillendigi, kendi kisilik algilarinin girisimcide olmasi gereken kisilik ozellikleriyle paralellik gosterdigi, sosyal aglarinin guclu baglardan olustugu ortaya cikmistir.
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Volume (Year): 10 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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