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Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Economic and Social Impact of a Global Phenomenon epub ebook

by Daphne Halkias,Paul Thurman,Sylva Caracatsanis,Nicholas Harkiolakis

Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Economic and Social Impact of a Global Phenomenon epub ebook

Author: Daphne Halkias,Paul Thurman,Sylva Caracatsanis,Nicholas Harkiolakis
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Gower; 1 edition (December 28, 2010)
Pages: 324 pages
ISBN: 0566089130
ISBN13: 978-0566089138
Rating: 4.7
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by Daphne Halkias (Author), Paul Thurman (Author), Sylva Caracatsanis (Author), Nicholas Harkiolakis (Author). This book provides powerful stories how female immigrant entrepreneurs are leading the wa. Jurgen Nagler, Business4Good, consultant of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) "As women entrepreneurs in general are becoming an increasingly important driver of business and economic activity, the immigrants amongst them encounter an immense degree of adversity on the road to social and economic credibility.

Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Economic and Social Impact of a Global. Paul W. Thurman, MBA, PhD Candidate, is a Clinical Professor at Columbia University's Graduate Schools of Business, Public and International Affairs, and Public Health, New York, US. .

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Caracatsanis, Nicholas Harkiolakis, Paul W. Akrivos. M. Glória de Sá, Viviane Gontijo, Joanne Anast and Lara Mourad; The Portuguese female immigrant entrepreneurs in New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA, M. Glória de Sá, Jennifer Sequiera and Sylva Caracatsanis; New York City, USA: the interplay among multiple cultures, work ethic and success factors in female immigrant small businesses, Paul W. Thurman; New York and Pennsylvania, USA: Nigerian female.

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Female immigrant entrepreneurs: The economic and social impact of a global phenomenon. D Halkias, N Harkiolakis, P Thurman, M Rishi, L Ekonomou,. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship 14 (02), 143-164, 2009. D Halkias, P Thurman, S Caracatsanis, N Harkiolakis. Father-daughter succession in family business: A cross-cultural perspective. PW Thurman, RS Nason. Internet use for health-related purposes among Greek consumers. D Halkias, N Harkiolakis, P Thurman, S Caracatsanis. Telemedicine and e-Health 14 (3), 255-260, 2008.

Daphne Halkias, Nicholas Harkiolakis, Paul E. Thurman, Sylva M.Female immigrant entrepreneurs : the economic and social impact of a global phenomenon. Caracatsanis. Telemedicine journal and e-health : the officia. 007. With more than 1 billion Internet users worldwide, the World Wide Web has inevitably made its mark on the global healthcare industry. Surrey, GU9: Gower Publishing. ISBN: 978-0-566-08913-8.

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uk: Daphne Halkias, Paul Thurman, Nicholas Harkiolakis, Sylva Caracatsanis: Books. Power It!! October 15, 2010 ·. A very worthwhile initiative. I hope you will help spread the inspiration; have a great day in Greece! gdata. Ideas4Greece - Respond!

A third of the world's entrepreneurial activity is driven by women. With the mass movement of people now commonplace, the role of female entrepreneurs in immigrant communities has become an increasingly important component of the world economy, its productivity, and the struggle against poverty. Throwing light on the dynamics of entrepreneurship generally, and on immigrant and female entrepreneurship in particular, the global Female Immigrant Entrepreneurship (FIE) project is a huge and exciting research undertaking. Written by the project's team of researchers based in prestigious business schools and universities on almost every continent, this important book begins the process of discovering why and how female driven business start-ups often seem to spontaneously emerge in adverse environments. Is it randomness, luck, or chance that determine success or failure, or vital critical forces and the inherent qualities of the women involved? The research emerging from the FIE project points to answers to questions about the integration of immigrant communities, their interaction with host economic and business environments, and the role of women in that interaction. With findings from more than fifteen countries, from the USA with some of the world's oldest and largest immigrant communities, to African countries that are the newest destination for Asian migrants, this book will help inform social and economic policy in communities and countries searching for prosperity. More than that, the book offers policy makers, business leaders, and those concerned with business development the chance to uncover some of the mystery around the complex phenomenon of entrepreneurship itself.
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