Transnationalism and migrant entrepreneurship: a case study of self-employed foreigners in Hangzhou, China
This paper explores international migrant entrepreneurship for various categories of international migrants in a single setting and suggests a more comprehensive picture of migrant entrepreneurship in China. The findings show evidence that interaction effects between between factors in China and factors from these migrants countries of origin are limited and have very weak dependency on each other in affecting migrant enterprenuership in China.
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