研究的貢獻上，本研究主以資源類型作為觀察的目標，進一步延伸了拼湊概念的應用範圍。實物上則是提供了未來同樣欲投入微型創業行列的創業家或創業團隊一個整體性的架構作為參考，以拼湊作為啟動事業的關鍵。 In the past, entrepreneurship usually required both capabilities and sufficient resources. With the advent of micro and knowledge-based businesses, such impression about entrepreneurship has been wiped away. Now, people can start up a micro business in a short time at the early stage of entrepreneurship even without sufficient resources.
Through a review of literature, this study found that the concept of bricolage introduced by French anthropologist, Levi-Strauss(1966), can be a foundation for explaining the early stage of entrepreneurship. According to literature about entrepreneurial resources, start-up stage, and bricolage, this study proposed an integrated framework to examine the interactive relationship between entrepreneurs and resources.
Based on the qualitative research approach, three cases of micro entrepreneurship at a creative art market were selected for research. This study analyzed the types of resources owned by these businesses at each stage of entrepreneurship and attempted to give existing resources a new value by bricolage. After further discussion and comparison with literature, this study obtained the following conclusions: 1.Entrepreneurship can still take place in the absence of sufficient resources. 2.New types of resources can be produced through bricolage.
In terms of contribution, this study observed the various types of resources for entrepreneurship and further extended the application of bricolage. For people or teams planning to start a micro business, this study provided an integrated framework with bricolage as a key to entrepreneurship.