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論文名稱(中文) 循環經濟下之台灣紡織產業社會創新平台研究:以布料銀行為例
論文名稱(英文) Social Innovation Platform for Circular Economy in Taiwan’s Textile Industry: Case Study of Cloth Bank
校院名稱 成功大學
系所名稱(中) 創意產業設計研究所
系所名稱(英) Institute of Creative Industries Design
學年度 106
學期 2
出版年 107
研究生(中文) 許嘉儀
研究生(英文) Chia-Yi Hsu
學號 PA6051088
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
論文頁數 137頁
口試委員 指導教授-楊佳翰
口試委員-劉世南
口試委員-李俊格
中文關鍵字 紡織產業  循環經濟  平台策略  社會創新  永續發展紡織產業  循環經濟  平台策略  社會創新  永續發展 
英文關鍵字 Textile Industry  Circular Economy  Platform Strategy  Social Innovation  Sustainable Development 
學科別分類
中文摘要 近年來隨著環保和永續發展意識的興起,循環經濟成為了一個新的趨勢。而台灣紡織產業面臨許多外部與內部的困難,即便已有學者做了循環經濟在紡織行業中最新發展之相關研究,且有些研究成果已被應用於紡織生態系統和平台。然而,整體而言台灣紡織產業尚未有循環經濟概念的平台出現。因此,本文目的為從社會創新擴散角度,為一實行中的台灣紡織循環經濟平台擬定策略,並藉分析紡織產業現況和利益關係人之觀點,增進產業發展。此研究可以使平台的未來發展方向更加明確。基於上述原因,本研究選擇台灣紡織業第一個非盈利平台「布料銀行」作為研究對象,並希望能了解其運作和利益相關者關係。
本研究包含 db. School 之實習體驗,因此能深入了解布料銀行運作和發展現況。本研究採用質性研究方法了解布料銀行供應方和需求方的使用體驗及期待,進一步了解消費者行為。研究者採用參與式觀察、問卷調查與深度訪談消費者、利益相關人及其他相關專家的方式收集資料。最後將分析收集到的第一手資料和二手資料並將結果給予布料銀行作為建議。
研究者最終探討出台灣紡織產業剩餘且有價值的資產,且如何在循環經濟的思維下升級並創造資源的再生價值,密切地與布料銀行合作與資料分析現行的商業模式,從而衍伸到雙邊平台商業模式,並提出短中長期的階段性策略達到擴大發展與永續經營。最後總結未來台灣紡織業社會創新平台的發展主要方向。此研究的重要性在於,循環經濟脈絡下台灣紡織產業中的社會創新平台之研究發展,並藉此讓台灣紡織生態圈更加進步。
英文摘要 With the rise of environmental awareness and sustainable development in developing countries, there is a growing assurance about the potential of circular economy. In circular economy products are recycled, repaired and reused instead of thrown away and the waste generated in one process is used as an input for other processes. Taiwan textile industry recently facing external and internal difficulty. Many researchers have studied and inspected recent developments of circular economy in the textile industry from which some researches can be apply to textile ecosystem and platform. However, there is no standard platform based on the circular economy concept that can be use in Taiwan textile industry. Therefore, the purpose of this research is to develop platform strategies based on circular economy for sustaining Taiwan’s textile platform model from the view point of social innovation diffusion and industrial development. By analyzing the current circumstances of textile related business and the opinions from the stakeholders, this study can identify the trend of the future platform. Based on the above explanations, this project selects the lead non-profit platform in Taiwan textile industry – Cloth Bank as the object of this research to understand its operation and stakeholder relationship.

This project comprises with a DB. School internship and focusing involves in the internal operation of the Cloth Bank, which has not been considered by previous researchers in the same field. In this study, we exploit the methodology of qualitative research to understand the user experience, expectation of Cloth Bank suppliers and demanders, and further to understand the consumer behavior. In the research process, the data were collected from the observations and questionnaires by interviewing the key stakeholders, consumers, and other experts. Finally, the primary data and secondary data were analyzed to provide a profitable and commercial suggestion for the Cloth Bank.
At the end of the analysis, the researchers have explored the access and valuable resources for the circular economy in Taiwan’s textile industry as a way to up-cycle and recreate the value of the resource. The data were analyzed to expand the existing business model and adopt the practical research approach in collaboration with Cloth Bank as well as to develop a two-sided platform model. Moreover, the program proposes complete the phased platform system for short-term, mid-term and long-term to enhance its sustainable management. These study on social innovation platform of Taiwan’s textile industry has the importance of exploring strategies to prolong this platform model of circular economy, as well as promoting Taiwan’s textile developing textile ecosystem.
論文目次 Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1.1 Research Background 1
1.1.1 External and Internal Challenge for Taiwan Textile Industry 1
1.1.2 Development of Circular Economy 3
1.1.3 Perspective of Sustainability Development Goal 4
1.2 Research Motivation 6
1.2.1 Industry Perspective 6
1.2.1 Academic Perspective 6
1.2.3 Personal Perspective 7
1.2.4 Research Concept 8
1.3 Research Objective and Question 9
1.4 Case Selection and Problem Statement 10
1.5 Research Flow 13
Chapter 2 Literature Review 14
2.1 Development of Textile Industry 14
2.1.1 Industry Background of Taiwan Textile Industry 14
2.1.2 Challenge of Taiwan Textile Industry 16
2.1.3 Trend of Textile Industry for Stainable Development 18
2.2 Concept of Circular Economy 19
2.2.1 Emergence of Circular Economy 19
2.2.2 Social Impact of Circular Economy 21
2.2.3 Circular Business Model 23
2.2.4 Circular Economy in Textile Industry 25
2.3 Social innovation Model 27
2.3.1 Concept of Social Innovation 27
2.3.2 Social Innovation Growth 29
2.3.3 Challenge of Social Innovation Scaling and Diffusion 31
2.4 Platform Ecosystem 32
2.4.1 Definition and Role of Platform 32
2.4.2 Platform Business Model 33
2.4.3 Platform Strategy for Sustainability 34
Chapter 3: Methodology 37
3.1 Research Design 37
3.2 Case Introduction 38
3.3 Research Framework for Platform Model 40
3.4 Research Method 41
3.4.1 Case Study Method 41
3.4.2 Participant Observation 42
3.4.3 In-depth Interview 43
3.4.4 Questionnaire 43
3.5 Data Collection 44
3.5.1 Source of Data 44
3.5.2 Data Analysis 45
Chapter 4: Research Result 47
4.1 Data and Sampling 47
4.1.1 Documentary Data 47
4.1.2 Resource of Internship and Participant Observation 47
4.1.3 Descriptive Statistics of Questionnaire Survey 48
4.1.4 Selected Interviewees 59
4.2 Resource Identification for Circular Economy in Taiwan Textile Industry 62
4.2.1 Identify the Resource in Textile Ecosystem 63
4.2.2 Classification of Resource for Circular Economy 69
4.3 Current Development of Cloth Bank 71
4.3.1 Evolution of Cloth Bank Model 71
4.3.2 Assessment of Cloth Bank Development 80
4.4 Platform Business Model for Circular Economy 82
4.4.1 Redesigning Business Model by New Value Proposition 82
4.4.2 Two-sided Platform Business Model 85
4.5 Platform Building Process for Sustainability 92
4.5.1 Raised Development Strategy for Platform Building 92
4.5.2 Summary for Platform Building Process and Strategy 101
Chapter 5: Discussion 104
5.1 Findings 104
5.1.1 Value-added of Cloth Bank for Designers and Textile Enterprise 104
5.1.2 Platform Marketing Strategies of Cloth Bank and Textile Enterprise. 105
5.1.3 Determinants Influencing on the Sustainability of Textile Platform 105
5.1.4 From Circular Business Model towards Ecosystem in Textile Industry 107
5.1.5 The Conflict between Social Innovation and Business Sustainability 109
5.2 Implications for Theory 111
5.2.1 Implications of Circular Economy 112
5.2.2 Implications of Social Innovation 112
5.2.3 Implications of Platform Model 113
5.3 Implications for Practice 113
5.4 Research Limitation 114
5.5 Recommendation for Future Study 116
Chapter 6: Conclusion 117
Reference 120
Appendix
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