A quintessential immigrant niche? The non-case of immigrants in the Dutch construction industry

@inproceedings{Rath2002AQI,
  title={A quintessential immigrant niche? The non-case of immigrants in the Dutch construction industry},
  author={Jan Dipl.-Ing. Rath},
  year={2002}
}
Students of immigrant entrepreneurship show a distinct preference for ethnic concentrations. They focus on small entrepreneurship in sectors with large concentrations of immigrant businesses or on ethnic commercial precincts. This preference stems from practical and theoretical considerations. It seems that the study of such concentrations, or niches, is essential to the theoretical understanding of the structural determinants of small entrepreneurship and the processes of economic… CONTINUE READING

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