Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 60
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Two thirds of the Indonesian economic performance is produced by the informal sector. Micro-businesses as a part of the informal sector play a vital role in the local and national economy. Women, as owners of micro-businesses contribute to the Indonesian economy and the family's income. But how does society and tradition view working women and how do women cope with being a micro-entrepreneur? Claudia Seise discusses the role of working women in society, including traditional values and the importance of micro-businesses for the family income. In the second part of the book the focus shifts to a more topical problem, consequences of the 2006 earthquake for female owned micro-businesses. Throughout the book, voices of Indonesian women are used to illustrate the different issues, which give the reader the chance to obtain a close insight into women's life in Bantul, Java.The book is aimed at academics of Southeast Asian studies and other regional studies. It is also aimed at specialists...