Index

Daniela Bolzani Prof. (University of Bologna, Italy)

Migrant Entrepreneurship

ISBN: 978-1-83867-492-2, eISBN: 978-1-83867-491-5

Publication date: 4 December 2020

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Bolzani, D. (2020), "Index", Migrant Entrepreneurship, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 189-192. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-83867-491-520211009

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INDEX

Acculturation lag
, 56

Advanced cities
, 74

Agglomeration
, 73

Assisted returnee entrepreneurs
, 152

Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR)
, 152, 156

Assisted Voluntary Return program (AVR program)
, 156

Asylum, Migration, and Integration Fund (AMIF)
, 157

Brain waste
, 77

Business support initiatives
, 183

Class resources
, 56

Context-level

antecedents
, 23, 29

outcomes
, 23, 30

processes
, 23, 29–30

Cultural attributes
, 78–79

Decision-making
, 61

Decreto Crescita 2. 0. See Law Decree 179/2012

Entrepreneurial

dynamics in cities
, 73–74

internationalization
, 116–117

opportunities
, 71

Entrepreneurial ecosystems
, 77–79

contextualizing migrant entrepreneurship
, 79–103

migrant entrepreneurship in cities
, 72–79, 93–98

policy implications
, 101–103

theoretical implications and future research opportunities
, 98–101

Entrepreneurs
, 5, 116–117

country of origin and nationality
, 148–149

Entrepreneurship
, 4, 184

by assisted return migrants
, 154–156

scholarship
, 71

studies
, 152

variation across regions
, 72–74

Environmental contingencies and constraints
, 61

Ethnic exceptionalism
, 56–58

Ethnic resources
, 56–57

Ethnographic method
, 182

European Digital City Index (EDCI)
, 95

Expressive entrepreneurship
, 25

Fast-track entry procedure
, 101–102

Firm-level

antecedents
, 22, 27

outcomes
, 23, 28–29

processes
, 22, 27–28

Firm-level resources for migrant entrepreneurs

identifying new research avenues
, 61–63

individual and firm resources for migrant entrepreneurship
, 56–58

theoretical concepts
, 63–65

theories from management studies
, 58–61

Full-time equivalent (FTE)
, 88–89, 93

Human capital
, 75

Human mobility
, 96

Human resource management (HR management)
, 28

Immigrants
, 1–4

Individual and firm resources for migrant entrepreneurship
, 56–58

Individual level

antecedents
, 17–19, 24–25

outcomes
, 22, 26–27

processes
, 19–22, 25–26

Innovation
, 59

Innovative policy solutions
, 184

Innovative SMEs
, 92–93, 114

Innovative start-ups
, 82–93, 112

Intention(s)
, 118

intention-behavior relationship
, 118–120

internationalization
, 123

Interactive model
, 57

International entrepreneurship
, 116–117

International Organization for Migration (IOM)
, 156

Internationalization

behaviors
, 124, 132–138

cognitive antecedents
, 120

data collection
, 123

intentions
, 129–132, 134–138

measurement
, 123–124

method
, 124–127

of migrants’ ventures
, 32

patterns of migrant and non-migrant entrepreneurs
, 115

research design
, 121–127

sample description
, 127–129

sample selection and attrition
, 121–122

theoretical background
, 117–120

Involuntary returnees
, 151–152

Italia Startup Visa program (ISV program)
, 89–92, 112–113

Italian industrial districts
, 99

Italian labor market
, 3–4

Knowledge

knowledge-based entrepreneurial opportunities
, 77–78

spillover theory of entrepreneurship
, 72–73

variation across regions
, 72–74

Labor market integration for immigrants
, 2

Law Decree 179/2012
, 82

Local authorities
, 96

Local entrepreneurial ecosystem
, 100–101

Localization economies
, 73–74

Macro levels of analysis
, 180

Management scholars
, 179–180

Material attributes
, 78–79

Meso levels of analysis
, 180

Micro levels of analysis
, 180

Migrant entrepreneurs
, 4, 25, 115, 120

minorities
, 32–33, 182

Migrant entrepreneurship. See also Returnee entrepreneurship
, 2, 3, 4, 11, 71–72, 179

in cities
, 72–79

criteria for exclusion of irrelevant articles
, 13–14

data collection
, 12–14

descriptive highlights
, 14–15

disciplinary area of published articles
, 17

disciplines
, 24–31

findings from analysis of abstracts
, 15–31

individual and firm resources for
, 56–58

in Italy
, 79–82

journals for number of published articles
, 16

knowledge and entrepreneurship variation across regions
, 72–74

management
, 17–24

measurement
, 5

policy and practice considerations
, 182–185

review methodology
, 12–14

study of
, 4, 181

theoretical considerations
, 179–182

urban contexts and
, 74–77

Milan city
, 81, 93–98

“Mixed embeddedness” approach
, 57, 75–76

Mobilization of resources
, 25–26

Multiculturally hybrid companies
, 184

Nascent entrepreneurship. See also Migrant entrepreneurship
, 155–156

decisions
, 165–166, 177–178

Native entrepreneurs
, 184

New technology-based firms (NTBFs)
, 121

“Non-entrepreneurship-technical” language
, 97–98

Non-management scholars
, 179–180

Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs)
, 156

Opportunity structure
, 75

Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
, 1

“Particularistic” approach
, 97–98

Penrose’s theory
, 58–59

Perceived behavioral control (PBC)
, 118

Place-bounded entrepreneurial opportunities
, 98

Policymakers
, 1, 101–103, 183–184

Pre-internationalization phase
, 118

Probit regression of probability
, 176

Regional systems of entrepreneurship
, 77–78

Research and development (R&D)
, 77–78

Resource dependence perspective
, 60–63

Resource-based view (RBV)
, 59–60, 62

Return migration
, 156–157, 169

determinants of
, 153–154

Returnee entrepreneurs
, 151

Returnee entrepreneurship

data collection
, 157

literature review
, 153–156

measurement
, 161

method
, 161–165

methodology
, 156–165

nascent entrepreneurship decisions
, 165–166

reintegration outcomes in home country
, 166–169

research background
, 156–157

results
, 165–169

sample descriptives
, 158–161

Self-employed immigrants
, 2

Self-employment
, 3–4

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs)
, 82–93, 141–142

Social attributes
, 78–79

“Social inclusion” approach
, 97–98

Structuration theory
, 181

Super-diversity
, 75

in migrant population
, 100–101

of migrant populations and enterprises
, 181–182

Theory of planned behavior (TPB)
, 118

Theory of the Growth of the Firm, The (Penrose)
, 66

Transnational

entrepreneurship
, 115–116

Transnationalism
, 115

Transversal themes
, 24, 30–31

Urban contexts
, 74–77

Urbanization economies
, 73–74

vacancy-chain openings
, 59

Vacancy-chain businesses
, 75–76

Voluntary returns
, 156–157

Web of Science Core Collection
, 12