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The economic context, embeddedness and immigrant entrepreneurs

Special issue of the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research
Guest editors Jan Rath, Robert Kloosterman and Eran Razin

Volume 8, Number 1-2, 2002
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Contents

Editorial: The economic context, embeddedness and immigrant entrepreneurs
Jan Rath and Robert Kloosterman

 

The economic embeddedness of immigrant enterprise in Britain
Jones, David McEvoy and Chris McGoldrick

 

Mixed embeddedness. Does it really explain immigrant enterprise in Western Australia (WA)?
Nonja Peters

 

Unbalanced embeddedness of ethnic entrepreneurship: the Israeli Arab case
Izhak Schnell and Michael Sofer

 

How innovative are Dutch immigrant entrepreneurs? Constructing a framework of assessment
Ewald Engelen

 

Economic associations of immigrant self-employment in Canada
Dan Hiebert

 

Chinese entrepreneurs. The Chinese diaspora in Australia
Jock Collins

 

From four-course Peking duck to take-away Singapore rice. An inquiry into the dynamics of the ethnic Chinese catering business in Germany
Maggi W.H. Leung

 

Business opportunity or food pornography? Chinese restaurant ventures in Antwerp
Ching Lin Pang

 

Conclusion. The economic context, embeddedness and immigrant entrepreneurs
Eran Razin