Disadvantaged minorities in business / Léo-Paul Dana, Nada Khachlouf, Adnane Maâlaoui, Vanessa Ratten, editors.

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Other Authors: Dana, Leo Paul (Editor), Khachlouf, Nada (Editor), Maalaoui, Adnane (Editor), Ratten, Vanessa (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Cham : Springer, [2022]
Series:Contributions to management science.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Job loss in the pandemic disruption in Egypt: A push to start a business?
  • Disadvantaged migrant entrepreneurs and their selection of location
  • Immigrant entrepreneurship and dynamics of being (dis)advantaged: An exploratory multi-case study of Eastern European origin immigrant Entrepreneurs in the Nordic context
  • Exploring the Entrepreneurial Challenges of Disabled Entrepreneurs in a Developing Country
  • Refugee Entrepreneurship in Germany: an Institutional Voids Perspective
  • A disadvantage to an advantage? Immigrant entrepreneurs' use of effectuation in business start-up and development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • From retirement to entrepreneurship through skills, attitude and technological innovation
  • Women and wealth creation: investigating financial self-efficacy differences versus men as a barrier
  • Home away from home: Displaced migrant entrepreneurship in times of Covid-19
  • Intersectionality and minority entrepreneurship: at the crossroad of vulnerability and power.