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Russian Entrepreneurs in London : Are they Flying Business Class?
(British Academy of Management Conference, 2013-09-10)
This paper’s objective is to examine transnational nature of new entrepreneurial community through the “forms of capital” framework (Ram et al, 2008, Vershinina, et.al. 2011). This study examines the stories of fourteen ...
Process and Dynamics of self-employment of legal and illegal Ukrainian immigrants in London
(33rd ISBE Conference London, 2010-04-03)
The paper highlights the process and dynamics of employment of Ukrainian legal and illegal immigrants and barriers for business entry and their sectoral distribution. The study focussed on London examines skills, aspirations ...
Building the base for cross national comparisons of ethnic entrepreneurship: Understanding Polish entrepreneurs in Western Australia
(34th ISBE Conference Sheffield, 2011-11-09)
The paper accounts for the nature of Polish entrepreneurial activity in Western Australia. First, it examines it through the deployment of Bourdieu’s ‘forms of capital’ model (1983) used in explaining the entrepreneurial ...
Flying Business Class: A Case of Russian Entrepreneurs in London
(35th ISBE Conference Dublin, 2012-11-07)
This paper’s objectives are to examine a new community, rarely explored in the literature in the context of the broader entrepreneurship literature. Moreover, the attempt is made to engage in theoretical development by ...