SOCIALIZATION FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP:THE SECOND GENERATION
Vol. Volume 14 Number 3 September/2009
Entrepreneurship for the first generation of immigrants might be a reasonable answer to their employment problems. Unfortunately, in addition to objective problems such as language, the socialization for entrepreneurship of these immigrants does not always answer to the requirements of their new country. This hindrance is overcome by the second generation which, through a different process of socialization, is closing the gap.
socialization, immigration, Israel, Soviet Union, Ethiopia.