Migrant men and the challenge of entrepreneurial creativity
A particularity for the Danish case is that a large part of the sample is political refugees and many have a high educational qualification either from the country of origin or acquired in Denmark. Nevertheless, the class resources i.e. human capital and work experience with which they are endowed cannot become capitalized; because of discriminatory practices of the host society that blocks adequate integration in the labor market and upward mobility. Therefore, these cases were included in the sample as non-privileged self-employed.
KeywordsImmigrant Entrepreneur High Educational Qualification Danish Case Entrepreneurial Creativity Creativity Roote
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