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研究生:沙米格
研究生(外文):José Miguel Salazar Hernández
論文名稱:Analyzing the Technology Start-up Ecosystem in Taipei, Taiwan
論文名稱(外文):Analyzing the Technology Start-up Ecosystem in Taipei, Taiwan
指導教授:趙莊敏趙莊敏引用關係
指導教授(外文):Dr. Chuang-Min Chao
口試委員:吳斯偉 李忠榮
口試日期:2016-07-11
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺北科技大學
系所名稱:管理國際學生碩士專班 (IMBA)
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2016
畢業學年度:104
語文別:英文
中文關鍵詞:Start-upStart-up ecosystemHigh technologyTaipeiTaiwanInnovationEntrepreneurshipEconomyVenture CapitalismFundingDisruptive Innovation
外文關鍵詞:Start-upStart-up ecosystemHigh technologyTaipeiTaiwanInnovationEntrepreneurshipEconomyVenture CapitalismFundingDisruptive Innovation
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The rapid industrialization and economic growth of Taiwan during the second half of the twentieth century known as the “Taiwan Economic Miracle” for long has been internationally recognized and regarded as a good example of economic progress for others. During that time Taiwan attained rapid socio-economic development due to specialization in high-technology manufacturing and establishing an international trade mentality. In the last century Taiwan has been moving forward from an agrarian economy, to a manufacture economy and now to an economy with increased focus on services, their economic growth has been slowing down in recent years due to a number of reasons including, but not limited to, lack of sufficient aggregate demand from international markets, expensive labor force in comparison to China or other South East Asian nations, overreliance on traditional business models, lack of disruptive innovation. Many companies in Taiwan still rely on their previous business models principles (OEM, ODM) and some have reacted very slow to all the rapid changes in the global arena, and missed some of the unlimited opportunities of the information era. Traditional business models have done a great job in taking Taiwan to where it is right now, but traditional business models won’t take Taiwan any further. However not everything has been lost as Taiwan still possess multiple assets that if used properly could give them an unparalleled competitive advantage. In this thesis, the author identifies, examines and evaluates the role of different elements of the start-up ecosystem in Taipei, as well as of the ecosystem itself.
The rapid industrialization and economic growth of Taiwan during the second half of the twentieth century known as the “Taiwan Economic Miracle” for long has been internationally recognized and regarded as a good example of economic progress for others. During that time Taiwan attained rapid socio-economic development due to specialization in high-technology manufacturing and establishing an international trade mentality. In the last century Taiwan has been moving forward from an agrarian economy, to a manufacture economy and now to an economy with increased focus on services, their economic growth has been slowing down in recent years due to a number of reasons including, but not limited to, lack of sufficient aggregate demand from international markets, expensive labor force in comparison to China or other South East Asian nations, overreliance on traditional business models, lack of disruptive innovation. Many companies in Taiwan still rely on their previous business models principles (OEM, ODM) and some have reacted very slow to all the rapid changes in the global arena, and missed some of the unlimited opportunities of the information era. Traditional business models have done a great job in taking Taiwan to where it is right now, but traditional business models won’t take Taiwan any further. However not everything has been lost as Taiwan still possess multiple assets that if used properly could give them an unparalleled competitive advantage. In this thesis, the author identifies, examines and evaluates the role of different elements of the start-up ecosystem in Taipei, as well as of the ecosystem itself.
ABSTRACT II
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS III
DEDICATION IV
Table of Contents V
List of Tables VIII
List of Figures IX
Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1.1 Research Background 1
1.2 Researcher’s Motivations 2
1.3 Research Goals 3
1.4 Research Objectives 3
1.5 Research Questions 4
1.6 Significance and Contribution of this Study 4
1.7 Research Structure 5
1.8 Study Structure 7
Chapter 2 Literature Review 8
2.1 What is a Start-up? 8
2.2 Technology Start-up 8
2.3 The Transition from the Industrial Era to the Information Era 9
2.4 The Decline of the Big Companies 10
2.4.1 What is the decline of performance? 11
2.4.2 Why is there a decline in performance? 15
2.4.3 How can the blue chips respond? 16
2.5 The Rise of Startups 17
2.5.1 Lower set-up costs 18
2.5.2 A higher resolution venture finance industry 18
2.5.3 Entrepreneurship developing its own management science 19
2.5.4. Speed of consumer adoption of new technology 20
2.6 The importance of tech start-ups 20
2.6.1 What start-ups mean to economic and job growth 20
2.6.2 What start-ups mean to power structures 21
2.6.3 What start-ups mean to society 22
2.7 The start-up ecosystem and its critical role 23
2.8 Existing literature and previous studies on start-up ecosystems 25
Chapter 3 Research Methodology 28
3.1 Research Methodology Selection 28
3.2 Research strategy 28
3.3 Interview Design 29
3.4 Interviewees introduction 29
3.5 Metrics for evaluating the start up ecosystem in Taipei 30
Chapter 4 Empirical Findings and Data Analysis on the Taipei’s Start-Up Ecosystem 32
4.1 Taipei’s Background 32
4.2 Opportunities and strengths of the startup ecosystem in Taipei 32
4.3 Elements of the start-up ecosystem in Taipei 33
4.3.1 Entrepreneurs and business ideas 33
4.3.2 Tech start-ups 34
4.3.3 Investors 35
4.3.4 Incubators, accelerators and co-working spaces 35
4.3.5 Advisors/Influencers 36
4.3.6 Government Policies 36
4.3.7 Media 37
4.3.8 Educational institutions 38
4.3.9 Attracting foreign talent and retaining local talent 39
4.3.10 State of Innovation in the startup ecosystem 40
4.4 Interconnection between elements in the start-up ecosystem 43
4.5 Perceived and potential challenges from Taipei’s start-up ecosystem 43
Chapter 5 Conclusions 45
5.1 Finding and Discussion 45
5.2 Research Contributions 46
5.3 Research Limitations 47
5.4 Suggestions 47
REFERENCES 49
Appendix 55
Interview #1 55
Interview #2 64
Interview #3 69
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