Robert C. Kloosterman
Robert C. Kloosterman
Professor Economic Geography, University of Amsterdam
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Mixed embeddedness:(in) formal economic activities and immigrant businesses in the Netherlands
R Kloosterman, J Van Der Leun, J Rath
International journal of urban and regional research 23 (2), 252-266, 1999
Immigrant entrepreneurs in advanced economies: mixed embeddedness further explored
R Kloosterman, J Rath
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 27 (2), 189-201, 2001
The polycentric urban region: towards a research agenda
RC Kloosterman, S Musterd
Urban studies 38 (4), 623-633, 2001
Matching opportunities with resources: A framework for analysing (migrant) entrepreneurship from a mixed embeddedness perspective
RC Kloosterman
Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 22 (1), 25-45, 2010
Immigrant entrepreneurs: Venturing abroad in the age of globalization
R Kloosterman, J Rath
Berg/University of New York Press, 2003
Outsiders’ Business: A Critical Review of Research on Immigrant Entrepreneurship
J Rath, R Kloosterman
International migration review 34 (3), 657-681, 2000
Clustering of economic activities in polycentric urban regions: the case of the Randstad
RC Kloosterman, B Lambregts
Urban studies 38 (4), 717-732, 2001
Across the border: Immigrants’ economic opportunities, social capital and informal business activities
R Kloosterman, J Van der Leun, J Rath
Journal of ethnic and migration studies 24 (2), 249-268, 1998
Immigrant entrepreneurship and the institutional context: A theoretical exploration
R Kloosterman
Immigrant Businesses, 90-106, 2000
Recent employment trends in the cultural industries in Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht: a first exploration
RC Kloosterman
Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie 95 (2), 243-252, 2004
Polycentric puzzles–emerging mega-city regions seen through the lens of advanced producer services
M Hoyler, RC Kloosterman, M Sokol
Regional Studies 42 (8), 1055-1064, 2008
Just for starters: Commercial gentrification by immigrant entrepreneurs in Amsterdam and Rotterdam neighbourhoods
RC Kloosterman, JP Van Der Leun
Housing Studies 14 (5), 659-677, 1999
Creating opportunities. Policies aimed at increasing openings for immigrant entrepreneurs in the Netherlands
RC Kloosterman
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 15 (2), 167-181, 2003
Learning from clusters: a critical assessment from an economic-geographical perspective
RA Boschma, RC Kloosterman
Springer Science & Business Media, 2005
Double Dutch: polarization trends in Amsterdam and Rotterdam after 1980
RC Kloosterman
Regional Studies 30 (5), 467-476, 1996
Walls and bridges: knowledge spillover between ‘superdutch’architectural firms
RC Kloosterman
Journal of Economic Geography 8 (4), 545-563, 2008
Between accumulation and concentration of capital: Toward a framework for comparing long-term trajectories of urban systems
RC Kloosterman, B LAMBREgtS
Urban Geography 28 (1), 54-73, 2007
Connecting the ‘workshop of the world’: Intra-and extra-service networks of the Pearl River Delta city-region
X Zhang, RC Kloosterman
Regional Studies 50 (6), 1069-1081, 2016
Building a career: labour practices and cluster reproduction in Dutch architectural design
RC Kloosterman
Regional Studies 44 (7), 859-871, 2010
Shifting landscapes of immigrant entrepreneurship
R Kloosterman, J Rath
OECD, 2010
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