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The experiences of immigrant entrepreneurs in Australia vary considerably, with diversity in pathways to immigrant entrepreneurship in Australia evident for both male and female immigrant entrepreneurs.

The experiences of immigrant entrepreneurs in Australia vary considerably, with diversity in pathways to immigrant entrepreneurship in Australia evident for both male and female immigrant entrepreneurs. In Australia, immigrants have a slightly higher rate of entrepreneurship (1. %) than non immigrants (1. %)

This two-volume work provides balanced and thorough coverage of women entrepreneurs in multicultural and international contexts as well as. .

This two-volume work provides balanced and thorough coverage of women entrepreneurs in multicultural and international contexts as well as in the Western world. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text. While most immigrant entrepreneurs are male, there is growth in the number of female immigrants who have moved into entrepreneurship in Australia and other countries. This article attempts to redress this gap.

Immigrants in general-and immigrant women especially-usually encounter difficulties entering the host country's labor market. Consequently, the unemployment level of this group is often high and the income is respectively low (Light, 2007)

Immigrants in general-and immigrant women especially-usually encounter difficulties entering the host country's labor market. Consequently, the unemployment level of this group is often high and the income is respectively low (Light, 2007). In Israel, the average income of FSU immigrant households is 35% less than that of non-immigrant households.

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COLLINS, Jock (2008), Immigrant entrepreneurs in Australia .

COLLINS, Jock (2008), Immigrant entrepreneurs in Australia: Regulations and responses, in OLIVEIRA, Catarina Reis and RATH, Jan (ed., Migrações Journal - Special Issue on Immigrant Entrepreneurship, October 2008, n. 3, Lisbon: ACIDI, pp. 49-59. Immigrant women tend to have similar rates of entrepreneurship to those of their co-ethnic males. 50. Immigrant Entrepreneurship.

NBER Working Paper No. 3746 Issued in June 1991 NBER Program(s):Labor Studies Program. This paper examines the pattern of self-employment in Australia and the United States. We particularly focus on the movement of young people in and out of self-employment using comparable longitudinal data from the two countries. We find that the forces that influence whether a person becomes self-employed are broadly similar: in both countries skilled manual workers, males and older workers were particularly likely to move to self-employment

Their insights offer valuable guidance for everyone trying to make it to the top. Related: For Immigrants, America Was, Is and Always Will Be Great. Related: The International Entrepreneur and Innovation: Why Immigrants Help - Not Harm - the . We didn’t have the luxury of being able to fail, says Martynenko.

A combination of capabilities is necessary for immigrant entrepreneurs to deal with acculturative stress and adapt to the new culture in international business context. Moreover, by leveraging bicultural flexibility, immigrant entrepreneurs create competitive advantage in international markets.

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