6 edition of Immigrant and Minority Entrepreneurship found in the catalog.
June 30, 2004
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||John Sibley Butler (Editor), George Kozmetsky (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
This landmark work is the first of its kind to disseminate research that spans small businesses and entrepreneurship. Edited by two world-class experts on small businesses and entrepreneurship, this major work contains leading papers that include the most provocative and influential contributions to have been published in this area. Abstract. Prior to the s, minority-owned small businesses were small in size and scope, and common in only a few industry niches. Business owners were severely capital-constrained, lacking in higher education, and training in skilled occupations. The median owner today, in contrast, is college educated, access to financing has expanded, Cited by: 4.
Handbook of Research on Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship: A Co-evolutionary View on Resource Management. 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.5/5(1). This exhaustive, interdisciplinary Handbook explores the phenomena of immigration and ethnic minority entrepreneurship in light of marked changes since the mid-twentieth century and the advent of easier, more affordable travel and more open and integrated national by: 1.
Immigrant founders were more likely than their white, native-born counterparts to team up with other “outsiders,” not just other immigrants, but also female and U.S. minority entrepreneurs. and book series, and hence go largely unnoticed by scholarship on minority entrepreneurs in the west, which is based in ethnicity, migration, sociology and entrepreneurship journals.
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Top scholars in the field of immigrant and minority entrepreneurship discuss data that concentrates on new venture development and how immigrants incubate their enterprises. Groups included are Chinese, Vietnamese, African-Americans, and by: Groups analyzed include Chinese, Vietnamese, African-Americans, and Women.
This book is about the ways Americans develop business enterprise for community and. This book is about the ways Americans develop business enterprise for community and individual economic stability.
The emphasis is on immigrant and minority entrepreneurship, and it provides rich historical research as well as recent analyses of. Throughout American history, newcomers have been immigrants from foreign lands, the children of former slaves who were transported to America, and the first generation of large numbers of female entrepreneurs.
Immigrant and Minority Entrepreneurship: The Continuous Rebirth of American Communities by John Sibley Butler, George Kozmetsky and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book is about the ways Americans develop business enterprise for community and individual economic stability.
The emphasis is on immigrant and minority entrepreneurship, and it provides rich historical research as well as recent analyses of Pages: A provocative look at the remarkable contributions of high-skill immigrant entrepreneurs in America. Both a revelation and a call-to-action, Immigrant, Inc.
explores the uncommon skill and drive of America's new immigrants and their knack for innovation and entrepreneurship. From the techies who created icons of the new economy-Intel, Google, eBay and Sun Microsystems-to the young engineers Cited by: 4) INTRODUCTION An immigrant is defined as ‘a person who comes to a country where they were not born in order to settle there’.1 In the past, immigrant workers were forcibly brought.
This book will certainly benefit minority entrepreneurs, but should also be on the reading list of practitioners, policy makers, and all scholars interested in minority and immigrant entrepreneurship.” (Sari Pekkala Kerr, Senior Research Scientist at Wellesley College, USA; Research Economist, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)).
The book will be of interest to immigrants, would-be-entrepreneurs, and policymakers interested in entrepreneurship and economic advancement among disadvantaged groups.” (Robert W. Fairlie, Professor of Economics, University of California, Santa Cruz, USA; Research Associate, National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER); co-author of Race and Entrepreneurial Success: Reviews: 2.
and books on “minority entrepreneurs” and “minority entrepreneurship” published since – approximately the past five-six years. The books and articles reviewed were focused on minority, ethnic, or immigrant entrepreneurship. The disciplines included in this review are business, economics, and sociology.
The focus is on the United. American entrepreneurship and immigrant entrepreneurship. Whereas most literature focuses on African American culture as the focus on the culture and organization of minority groups and the frequent neglect of discriminatory treatment of certain In their book, Ethnic Economies, they state that “historically, discrimination.
Systematic review of immigrant entrepreneurship literature: previous ﬁndings and ways forward Rocı´o Aliaga-Isla (PhD)* and Alex Rialp (PhD)1 Business Economics Department, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.
Immigrant entrepreneurship has become a phenomenon of global interest. This paper reviews existing immigrant entrepreneurship literature in order to map out the major streams of research and identify widely used theories, methods, and contexts.
To do this, the authors have reviewed articles from academic journals. Immigrant and Minority Entrepreneurship by John Sibley Butler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. and the ways immigrants incubate their enterprises. Groups analyzed include Chinese, Vietnamese, African-Americans, and Women.
This book is about the ways Americans develop business enterprise for community and individual economic stability. The emphasis is on immigrant and minority entrepreneurship, and it provides rich historical research as.
Entrepreneurship among ethnic minorities and immigrants is an increasingly hot topic. There are several reasons for this. It is widely believed that entrepreneurship offers a route out of poverty for disadvantaged groups and opens up opportunities for economic advancement and Author: Simon C.
Parker. This book emphasizes immigrant and "minority" entrepreneurship, providing rich historical research and recent analyses of these issues.
The authors show that an analysis of the data reveals that black Americans were more likely than white Americans to be employers, and almost as likely as whites to be selfemployed. for this has been that immigrant minority4 business owners, or minority business 3 US Census Survey of Business Owners (SBO).
4 Since this study only focuses on Asian and non-White Hispanic minorities, then when referencing ‘immigrant minority’ it identifies Asians and non-White Hispanics who are first generation or generation immigrants.
A provocative look at the remarkable contributions of high-skill immigrant entrepreneurs in America Both a revelation and a call-to-action, Immigrant, Inc. explores the uncommon skill and drive of America's new immigrants and their knack for innovation and the techies who created icons of the new economy-Intel, Google, eBay and Sun Microsystems-to/5(3).
This exhaustive, interdisciplinary Handbook explores the phenomena of immigration and ethnic minority entrepreneurship in light of marked changes since the mid-twentieth century and the advent of easier, more affordable travel and more open and integrated national economies.Minority entrepreneurship (Chaganti and Greene, ) may also include immigrant entrepreneurs as well as natives who are not considered part of.
The Roles of Immigrants and Foreign Students in US Science, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. Ina Ganguli, Shulamit Kahn, Megan MacGarvie, editors. Conference held Ap Published in February by University of Chicago PressAuthor: Ina Ganguli, Shulamit Kahn, Megan MacGarvie.