The role of social networks is central to the phenomenon of employment and ownership in ethnic businesses, ethnic enclaves, and more generally ethnic economies. Social capital within migrant or co-ethnic social networks is generally viewed as an aid to niche employment, in other words as processes of network inclusion. This article examines both processes of inclusion and exclusion in the social networks of Asian Indian migrants in and outside of ethnic economies. Evidence from the life histories of these migrants in New York and London allows us to see the role of social networks in producing cooperation and conflict within modes of economic inclusion and exclusion.
Poros, M.V. (2004), "NETWORKS OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION IN THE ECONOMIC CONCENTRATIONS OF ASIAN INDIAN IMMIGRANTS IN NEW YORK AND LONDON", DiTomaso, N. and Post, C. (Ed.) Diversity in the Work Force (Research in the Sociology of Work, Vol. 14), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 35-61. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0277-2833(04)14002-8Download as .RIS
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