[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP150104059]
Researchers Prof Jock Collins; Dr Branka Krivokapic-Skoko
Brief description The project will provide, for the first time, a detailed understanding of the experiences of male and female humanitarian immigrant entrepreneurs in private and social enterprises in urban and regional Australia and critically evaluate how these entrepreneurs help redress the settlement problems and socio-economic disadvantage of humanitarian immigrants and contribute to economic growth and social cohesion in Australia. One key outcome will be further development of the theory of Diasporic entrepreneurship. The benefits will include an evaluation of effective strategies and policies to improve existing humanitarian immigrant enterprises and to stimulate the creation of new humanitarian immigrant enterprises.
Funding Amount 200124
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects