Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Welcoming Cities: Lessons from Chicago, Dayton, and Nashville

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About The Author

Paul N. McDaniel, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Geography at Kennesaw State University, near Atlanta, Georgia. Previously, he was the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Fellow at the American Immigration Council and a project researcher with Catholic Legal Immigration Network, in Washington, DC. His research as an urban social geographer focuses on processes of immigrant settlement, integration, and receptivity in cities and metropolitan areas. McDaniel holds a Ph.D. in Geography and Urban Regional Analysis from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.


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