Factor Affecting Women Empowerment in Ethiopia Public Universities: Leadership Perspectives

Bezawit Girma


This paper examines those factors that affect Women Empowerment in public universities in Ethiopia a total of 400 respondents were selected and only 382 were collected for further analysis. The analysis was made using regression analysis to predict the impact of a personal, social and institutional factor on women empowerment in Ethiopian public higher education. The finding shows that personal had a beta value of.23, whereas the social factor had a beta of social .40, and the organizational factors had a beta value of .38. This shows social and institutional factor more affects women empowerment in Ethiopian public universities and personal factor had less effect on their empowerment. Hence, the government shall work on improving the social and organzatoal  framework to empower more girls.

Keywords: Institutional factors; Public universities; personal; social factors

DOI: 10.7176/JAAS/56-05

Publication date:June 30th 2019

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