Negócios de comida e trajetórias de imigrantes brasileiros no Oeste da Austrália: adaptação de receitas, jornada dupla e muita determinação

Translated title of the contribution: Food business and trajectories of Brazilian immigrants in Western Australia: adaptation of recipes, double shift and a lot of determination

Renata Casado, Roberto Falcão, Eduardo Cruz

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Abstract

The article aims to investigate, through the analysis of trajec-tories of seven Brazilian immigrant entrepreneurs in Western Australia, how the entrepreneurial process of food business took place. Through in-depth interviews and documentary analysis, the authors offer insights into the recent flows of Brazilians to Western Australia, a recent phenomenon and little covered by academic literature in Portuguese. Furthermore, it also contributes to the literature on ethnic and immigrant entrepreneurship, given that the Brazilian context is less re-searched than that of Asian immigrants in Australia. The results particularly focus on aspects of the creation and development of businesses in the food sector, which use ethnic leverage, although suffering barriers in terms of their configuration, and the need to adapt to the local public.
Translated title of the contributionFood business and trajectories of Brazilian immigrants in Western Australia: adaptation of recipes, double shift and a lot of determination
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)27-42
JournalRevista de Ciências da Administração
Volume22
Issue number56
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2020

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