Ethnic Entrepreneurship: The Distinct Role of Ties

@article{Assudani2009EthnicET,
  title={Ethnic Entrepreneurship: The Distinct Role of Ties},
  author={Rashmi H. Assudani},
  journal={Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship},
  year={2009},
  volume={22},
  pages={197 - 205}
}
Abstract Ethnic entrepreneurship is being recognized as an important vehicle of economic growth. Research demonstrates that in-group ties within ethnic groups are useful vehicles that help ethnic groups surpass their unique challenges to establish and sustain entrepreneurial initiatives. While considerable research demonstrates the facilitating role of these ties, little is discussed about the constraining role of these ties. I draw on social capital theory to discuss the facilitating as also… Expand
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