New orientations in ethnic entrepreneurship: Motivation, goals and strategies of new generation ethnic entrepreneurs

  title={New orientations in ethnic entrepreneurship: Motivation, goals and strategies of new generation ethnic entrepreneurs},
  author={T{\"u}zin Baycan and Peter Nijkamp and Mediha Sahin},
  journal={International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policy},
The literature on ethnic entrepreneurship has identified a blend of structural and cultural factors that influence the step towards ethnic entrepreneurship. An important issue is whether ethnic entrepreneurs produce for their own ethnic niches or whether they try to cover a wider market of customers. This difference between 'internal' and 'external' orientation has been the subject of many recent empirical investigations. However, the concentration of the ethnic entrepreneurs in traditional… Expand
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