Chinese immigrants in network marketing business in western host country context

@article{Dai2011ChineseII,
  title={Chinese immigrants in network marketing business in western host country context},
  author={F. Dai and K. Wang and S. Teo},
  journal={International Business Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={20},
  pages={659-669}
}
Many Chinese immigrants start their entrepreneurship business by joining major network marketing businesses in Western host countries. The willingness of these Chinese immigrants to undertake network marketing rests on the influence of the social environment of the network marketing organization. Network marketing specific self-efficacy, social competence and motivation for establishing one's own business are also hypothesized to play an important role in their engagement in entrepreneurial… Expand

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