Handbook of Research on Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship: A Co-evolutionary View on Resource Management

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Leo Paul Dana
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007 - Social Science - 835 pages
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Professor Dana and his colleagues have carefully and successfully put together a collection of chapters on ethnic minority entrepreneurship from all parts of the world. The book comprises eight parts and 49 chapters. Undoubtedly, given the massive size an
 

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Contents

1 Global entrepreneurship and transnationalism
3
2 Ethnic economies social capital and the economic theory of clubs
16
a theoretical framework
30
incentives welfare effects and policy options
42
5 Understanding the diversity of immigrant entrepreneurial strategies
61
biographies of becoming entrepreneurs
83
7 Migrant entrepreneurship from the perspective of cultural diversity
99
PART II ETHNIC MINORITY SELFEMPLOYMENT IN AMERICA
115
27 Immigrant entrepreneurs in Austria
425
28 Turkish immigrant entrepreneurs in Finland
433
29 Immigrant entrepreneurs in Germany
445
30 Migrant entrepreneurship in Germany
464
Turkish entrepreneurs in Germany
488
32 Immigrant entrepreneurs in Hamburg
511
33 Chinese entrepreneurs in Hungary
534
34 Roma entrepreneurs in Hungary
555

the effects of common ethnicity
117
9 Ukrainian farmers in Canada
132
10 Business engagement of Chinese immigrants in Canada
144
11 Toward a rethinking of race culture and the African American entrepreneur
157
12 Hispanic entrepreneurship in the United States
177
13 Challenges and opportunities for Hispanic entrepreneurs in the United States
195
14 Korean immigrants in the United States
212
15 The Iranian ethnic economy in the United States
228
16 Entrepreneurship among Filipino immigrants
249
17 Minority entrepreneurship in New York
267
18 Noneconomic effects of ethnic entrepreneurship
279
taking the taxi to oblivion
289
20 Does ethnicity matter? A study of the strategic intent of Internet ventures founded by ethnic and nonethnic entrepreneurs
309
PART III ETHNIC MINORITY SELFEMPLOYMENT IN EUROPE
321
a comparative study of Amsterdam
323
thirty years of research in the United Kingdom
337
Britalian culture entrepreneurs revisited
360
a critique of the ethnic enclave economy debate
375
25 Access to finance by ethnic minority entrepreneurs in the UK
390
26 Ethnic minority business and the employment of illegal immigrants in Birmingham
405
PART IV ETHNIC MINORITY SELFEMPLOYMENT IN ASIA
573
35 Ethnic entrepreneurship and the internationalization of Chinese capitalism in Asia
575
ethnic minority entrepreneurship in India
599
institutional support and institutional constraints
615
38 Immigrants from the former Soviet Union as ethnic entrepreneurs in Israel
630
39 Small business among Japans Buraku people
645
40 Korean minority entrepreneurs in Japan
653
41 Clan associations of Singapore and their roles in the small business sector
669
PART V ETHNIC MINORITY SELFEMPLOYMENT IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE
679
an embedded approach to the study among various ethnic groups
681
43 Entrepreneurship among Ghanaians in South Africa
707
44 Exploring the relationship between culture communication and entrepreneurship in New Zealand
720
the New Zealand experience
729
46 Enterprising Indian women in New Zealand
744
47 Lebanese entrepreneurs in New Zealand
754
PART VI COMPARATIVE STUDY
781
48 A comparative exploratory investigation into the perceptions of internationalizing firms in Singapore and the UK
783
a model of immigrant and ethnic entrepreneurship
803
Index
813
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