Royal delicacies at peasant prices: cross-national differences, common grounds – towards an empirically supported theory of the informal economic activities of migrants
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Keywordsimmigrant entrepreneurship; informal economic activities; bounded solidarity; enforceable trust; undocumented migration; parallel societies; dual loyalties; divided loyalties; welfare state; non-EU migrants; European Union; cross-national differences; common ground; Turkey; China; Pakistan; Hong Kong; Taiwan; Vietnam; Yugoslavia; Iran; Eastern Europe; Southeast Asia; Denmark; UK; United Kingdom; Italy; Spain; Austria; Belgium; Bulgaria; fast food restaurants; erotic artists; exchange agencies; retailing; hospitality industry; catering trade; Copenhagen; advanced economies; living conditions; entrepreneurs; entrepreneurialism; management; sustainable development; sustainability.;
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