Accelerating Women’s Entrepreneurship in South Korea


Women’s entrepreneurship represents a potent untapped resource for economic growth in Korea, which is struggling to reinvigorate its flagging economy. The Asia Foundation and Gyeonggido Family & Women’s Research Institute’s targeted research illuminates the key factors affecting the launch and growth of women-owned businesses in Gyeonggi Province, Korea’s most populous and economically diverse province. The findings create an evidence base to spur policy dialogue and strategic investment in women’s entrepreneurship across the country.

Posted September 19, 2019
Related locations: Korea
Related programs: Empower Women
Related topics: Women Entrepreneurs


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