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Pushed to the Edge: Investigation into Ukrainian Construction Workers Operating in London
(Work, Employment and Society Conference, Migration Track, 2013-09-03)
In this article the nature of self-employment of illegal and legal Ukrainian migrants operating in the construction sector in UK is examined. The key aim of this article is to contribute to the discussion on the unexpected ...
Are regulatory interventions seen as an obstacle or an enabler to SME performance and growth in transition economies: a study of gendered perceptions?
Objectives The aim of this paper is to empirically test the influence of the perceived regulatory burden in the context of postcommunist economies on SME performance and growth from a gender perspective. Prior Work The ...
SME financing and credibility: does entrepreneur’s gender matter?
(Institute for Small Business & Entrepreneurship, 2013-11-11)
Objectives: The aim of this paper is to explore the notion of entrepreneur credibility, a sense of belief or trust in the individual’s ability to fulfill the entrepreneurial role and create and sustain a viable venture, ...
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 ...
Methodological issues in studying hidden populations operating in informal economy.
In this paper the issues in studying hidden populations are discussed with particular focus on methodology used to investigate ethnic minority entrepreneurs who illegally run their businesses in the UK. In this paper, on ...