Further reading Rath, J. & A. Swagerman (2015) ‘Promoting Ethnic Entrepreneurship in European Cities: Sometimes Ambitious, Mostly Absent, Rarely Addressing Structural Features’, International Migration. Published online: 13 NOV 2015 | DOI: 10.1111/imig.12215. Hagemans, I., A. Hendriks, J. Rath and S. Zukin (2015) ‘From greengrocers to cafés. Producing social diversity in Amsterdam’, pp. 90-119 in S. […]
Kloosterman, R.C. and J. Rath (2018) ‘Mixed Embeddedness Revisited: A Conclusion to the Symposium’, Symposium From the Mixed Embeddedness Approach to What? edited by E. Barberis and G. Solano, Sociologica, 12(2): 103-114. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.1971-8853/8625 The mixed embeddedness approach, more than many other approaches, aims at exploring this complex phenomenon of migrant entrepreneurship. It offers a basic […]
Chinatown 2.0: the difficult flowering of an ethnically themed shopping area By Jan Rath, Annemarie Bodaar, Thomas Wagemaakers & Pui Yan Wu Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44 (1): 81-98 Abstract Right in Amsterdam’s picturesque Canal Zone, on and around Zeedijk, Chinese entrepreneurs have carved out a presence in what seems like the local […]
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