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Migration, Cultural Identity and Diasporas An Identity Economics Approach

between different cultural groups trigger brain reactions as the brain provides lower-level, as well as higher-level reactions on conflicts ( Berns and Atran, 2012 ). Cultural distances can be measured. At least two different comprehensive methods have been developed, by Geert Hofstede (2001) and Shalom Schwartz ( Hofstede, 2001 ; Schwartz, 2006). However, the importance of language differences, religion and ethnicity is also applied to measure cultural diversity (Kashima and Kashima, 1998 ; Fearon, 2003 ; Patsiurko, Campbell and Hall, 2012). Economically, the

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Diaspora Externalities

motive dominates, the pool of emigrants will be more selected, for example, those who emigrate will resemble the population at destination more than the population at home. Consequently, from a purely compositional standpoint, this would predict cultural divergence between home and host populations. In the second part of the model, we acknowledge cultural interactions between immigrants and the host population and well as between emigrants and their home population and consider cultural dynamics, using the Bisin and Verdier (2000) framework, where culture is

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Examining Determinants of Leadership Style Among Montenegrin Managers

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Is Trust in Banks in Slovenia Put to the Test?

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Bold vision: Gender diversity stuck in transition

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Determinants of under-representation of women on Boards of Directors: an exploratory study of African public and private firms

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The influence of Europeanization policies on immigrants’ participation in Scandinavian higher education

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Expecting Refugees in Latvia: Negative Stereotyping

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