|Statement||by Andrew Godley.|
|Series||Discussion papers in economics / University of Reading, Dept. of Economics -- Vol VI (1993/94), no. 285, Discussion papers in economics (University of Reading. Dept. of Economics) -- v. 6, no. 285.|
|Contributions||University of Reading. Dept. of Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
Jewish Immigrant Entrepreneurship in New York and London Enterprise and Culture (Studies in Modern History) [Godley, A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Jewish Immigrant Entrepreneurship in New York and London Enterprise and Cited by: The Jewish rate of. entrepreneurship (self-employment) was unusually high relative to that of other. immigrant groups, and during the period of this study it rose substantially in. New York but not in London. Godley seeks insights into differences between. British and American entrepreneurship by investigating the determinants of this. How successful were the East European Jewish immigrants in London compared with the vast majority that went to New York? This critical question - one that lies at the heart of debates on Jewish modernity, ethnic and racial assimilation, and the impact of culture on entrepreneurship - is assessed systematically for the first time in this volume. The structures of thetwo local immigrant economies in New York and London are compared and changesin the underlying demand and real profits paid for entrepreneurship areinvestigated. Because the immigrant culture emphasized a high degree of conformity,immigrants adopted their host cultural values by:
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