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The study of social enterprise policy on homeless services in New Taipei City
Over the past few years, social enterprises and social entrepreneurship have been sensational all over the globe. However, the schemes of social enterprises involves various social agents such as young entrepreneurs, disabled people, foreign spouses, middle-aged workers, and homeless people. Environmental protection is also an issue that cannotsimply be omitted. That being said, this paper primarily focuses on the study homelessness, and I, as the author of this paper, sincerely hope that those who are frequently seeking shelter can eventually get back on their feet by participating in several programs provided by certain social enterprises instead of heavily relying on the social welfare system.Under the framework of the current social enterprise policies, this research applies the theories of EMES from Europe to the status quo of New Taipei City, and attempts to come up with solutions for certain homeless-related problems. The aforementioned theories deal with issues from social, economic, and/or managerial perspectives. The conclusions could be the general guidelines for future policymaking process. This very paper is essentially qualitative and takes advantage of a number of in-depth interviews with government officials, scholars, experts, and the homeless themselves. Some homeless service agencies are also a part of this study. I firmly believe that many of their feedback could be highly beneficial to other Taiwanese municipalities.
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