Written by a 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 determines success or failure, or vital critical forces and the inherent qualities of the women involved? The research emerging from the Female Immigrant Entrepreneurship (FIE) project discusses the integration of immigrant communities, their interaction with host economic and business environments, and the role of women in that interaction.capital boasting an 8.51 percent higher self-employment rate among Nigerian immigrant groups compared to its native-born population. ... companies and an impressive boom in the opening of child daycare services by varied immigrant groups, including West Africans (ibid.) ... They continue to display this aptitude beyond the borders of the Dark Continent, with the 2000 US Decennial Census noting that, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs|
|Author||:||Sylva Caracatsanis, Dr Nicholas Harkiolakis, Mr Paul W Thurman, Dr Daphne Halkias|
|Publisher||:||Gower Publishing, Ltd. - 2012-08-28|