This chapter reviews and interprets the main points of contact between the ethnic and transnational economy of Chinese entrepreneurs in Hungary and the Hungarian economy, with particular attention to the development of migrants' trade, employment, and mobility strategies. It is based on participant observation from 1992 until 2001 and additional fieldwork and interviews in 2003, supplemented with an analysis of Chinese-language media reports on the Chinese economy in Hungary published in 2002-03.
|Title of host publication||Global conjectures|
|Subtitle of host publication||China in transnational perspective|
|Editors||Mechthild Leutner William C. Kirby, Klaus Muhlhahn|
|Place of Publication||Munster|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
|Name||Berliner China-Hefte : Chinese history and society|