DOI:​10.1108/JEC-04-2016-0012
Corpus ID: 148607189
Identity and difference – re-thinking UK South Asian entrepreneurship
M. McPherson
Published 31 October 2017

Sociology
Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in The Global Economy
Purpose This paper, which is part of a larger study, aims to discuss from an ethno-cultural perspective, the notion of self-identification and difference pertaining to first and second… Expand
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