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Business and Management.
This study examined how the entrepreneurial opportunity formation process among different ethnic groups was influenced by their origins and the cultural values accustomed to them. Using a qualitative phenomenological approach, data was collected from 20 participants (five each from four different ethnic groups) using an in-depth interview technique. The study found that the interactions between an immigrant's home and host environments can take different forms (i.e., enablers and threats) which will influence their career choices in diverse ways. The study model framework showed that participants are influenced distinctly subject to their ethnic backgrounds and the nature of their interactions with the families.
Njoku, Kingsley C. and Cooney, Thomas M., "How is Immigrant Entrepreneurial Opportunity Formation Influenced by Interactions Between Home and Host Countries?" (2022). Articles. 183.