Entrepreneurship as a Factor of the Migrant Capacity of Producing Social and Cultural Equality: The Case of Sikh Indian Entrepreneurs in Rome
Keywords:entrepreneurship as a factor of the migrant capacity of producing social and cultural equality
AbstractCurrently strong frictions, uncertainties and contrasts characterize society, defined by many as being very complex. The global economic crisis that began in 2006 and especially in Italy became a social and cultural crisis, which affected all societies and nations increasing the distance between the so-called West (Latouche, 2006) and the rest of the world. In this context, migrations have progressively distinguished themselves as a phenomena with global characteristics that have taken the form of real diasporas (Cohen, 2008; Clifford, 1994; Said, 1993;) and which definitively represent the need for a moment of study, analysis and economic and social interpretation that can give vital feedback, not only to scholars and professionals, but also and above all to policy makers.
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Faggioni, F., & Mario Pesce. (2019). Entrepreneurship as a Factor of the Migrant Capacity of Producing Social and Cultural Equality: The Case of Sikh Indian Entrepreneurs in Rome. European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 5(1), 1–3. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejis.v4i3.p72-73
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