Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Economic and Social Impact of a Global Phenomenon, by Daphne Halkis, Paul Thurman, Nicholas Harkiolakis and Sylva Caracatsanis offers policy makers, enterprise leaders, and those involved with enterprise growth the possibility to uncover a number of the thriller across the complicated phenomenon of entrepreneurship itself.
A 3rd of the world’s entrepreneurial activity is driven by women. With the mass motion of individuals now commonplace, the role of female entrepreneurs in immigrant communities has change into an more and more vital part of the world financial system, its productivity, and the wrestle in opposition to poverty.
Throwing light on the dynamics of entrepreneurship usually, and on immigrant and feminine entrepreneurship in particular, the worldwide Female Immigrant Entrepreneurship (FIE) project is a huge and exciting analysis undertaking.
Written by the venture’s team of researchers based in prestigious enterprise colleges and universities on virtually every continent, Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Economic and Social Impact of a Global Phenomenon begins the method of discovering why and how female driven business start-ups typically seem to spontaneously emerge in adversarial environments. Is it randomness, luck, or likelihood that determines success or failure, or vital crucial forces and the inherent qualities of the women involved?
The research rising from the FIE challenge point to solutions to questions concerning the integration of immigrant communities, their interaction with host economic and enterprise environments, and the role of ladies 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 nations which are the newest vacation spot for Asian migrants, this book will assist inform social and financial policy in communities and nations searching for prosperity.
Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Economic and Social Impact of a Global Phenomenon [Hardcover]
Daphne Halkis, Paul Thurman, Nicholas Harkiolakis and Sylva Caracatsanis
Gower Pub Co