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Hemmnisse und Probleme bei Gründungen durch Migranten

  • Kay, Rosemarie
  • Schneck, Stefan

Obwohl Migranten häufiger gründen als nicht Zugewanderte stellt sich die Frage, ob im Gründungsprozess Hemmnisse und Probleme auftreten, die in besonderer Weise für Migranten wirksam werden. Dieser Frage ist die Studie mittels einer Analyse der rechtlichen Rahmenbedingungen einerseits und empirischer Analysen auf Basis des Gründerpanels des IfM Bonn andererseits nachgegangen. Zwar sind Migranten und nicht Zugewanderte zumeist von denselben Hemmnissen und Problemen betroffen, spezifische Qualifikationsanforderungen im zulassungspflichtigen Handwerk und in den Freien Berufen betreffen aber ausschließlich Migranten, deren im Ausland er-worbene Abschlüsse nicht ohne aufwändiges Verfahren anerkannt werden. Überdies werden Migranten häufiger als nicht Zugewanderte von Finanzierungsproblemen an der (zügigen) Umsetzung ihrer Gründungspläne gehindert.

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Paper provided by Institut für Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn in its series IfM-Materialien with number 214.

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Date of creation: 2012
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