Transnationalism and Chinese Entrepreneurs in Vancouver Introduction to the Issue In looking at the future of entrepreneurship, it is clear that the effects of transnationalism are leading to a culture of international competitiveness that could ultimately contribute to a more stable global economy (Bagwell, 2008). At the same time, however, social and demographic changes are also occurring which have shifted the ways in which entrepreneurs work in specific locations and how families adapt to different social and economic conditions around the world. Immigrants from China constitute the largest group, the largest skilled immigrant group and the largest visible minority group in Canada today, with the most significant presence in Vancouver...The end:
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