English, Article edition: CHANGING CULTURES: AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF MIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS ROBERT HAMILTON; LEO-PAUL DANA; CAMILLA BENFELL

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  • CHANGING CULTURES: AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF MIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS
Author
  • ROBERT HAMILTON
  • LEO-PAUL DANA
  • CAMILLA BENFELL
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  • This is a comparative study about the assimilation and integration of migrant entrepreneurs of Chinese and Indian origins. The research is based on surveys of 320 entrepreneurs who migrated to Manchester and 885 entrepreneurs whose ancestors moved to Singapore. With the dramatic change in national cultures associated with such migration, the study sought to identify the emergence of differences over time in the business behaviour and adherence to traditional family values. The main finding of the study is that these migrant communities are willing to adapt in terms of their traditional family values and that their lack of integration into mainstream society should not be ascribed to their strict adherence to such values.
  • RePEc:wsi:jecxxx:v:16:y:2008:i:01:p:89-105
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  • English
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