Additional Reading - Bibliography on Economic Experiences

Airriess, Christopher. (2006). Scaling central place of an ethnic-Vietnamese commercial enclave in New Orleans, Louisiana. In David H. Kaplan and Wei Li (Eds.), Landscapes of the ethnic economy (pp. 17-33). Lanham, MD: Roman and Littlefield.

Bach, Robert L. and Argiros, Rita. (1991). Economic progress among Southeast Asian refugees in the United States. In Howard Adelman (Ed.), Refugee Policy: Canada and the United States (pp. 322-343). Toronto: Centre for Refugee Studies, York University.

Bankston, Carl L. III and Zhou, Min. (1996). Go fish: The Louisiana Vietnamese and ethnic entrepreneurship in an extractive industry. National Journal of Sociology 10(1), 37-55.

Broadway, Michael. (1994). Beefstew, cattle, immigrants and established residents in a Kansas beefpacking town. In Louise Lamphere, Alex Stepick and Guillermo Grenier (Eds.), Newcomers in the workplace: Immigrants and restructuring of the U.S. economy (pp. 25-43). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Eating welfare [videorecording]. (2001). Produced by the Youth Leadership Project of CAAAV. Bronx, NY: Youth Leadership Project.

Gold, Steve. (1994). Chinese-Vietnamese entrepreneurs in California. In Paul Ong, Edna Bonacich, & Lucie Cheng (Eds.), The new Asian immigration in Los Angeles and global restructuring (pp. 196-226). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Huynh, Craig Trinh-Phat. (1996). Vietnamese-owned manicure businesses in Los Angeles. In Bill Hong Hing, Ronald Lee (Eds.), The state of Asian Pacific America: Reframing the immigration debate: A public policy report (pp. 195- 203). Los Angeles: LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute and UCLA Asian American Studies Center.

Huynh, Cuong Quy & Pagnini, Deanna L. (1997). Poverty among Southeast Asians in the United States. Asian American Policy Review 7: 132-144.

Johnson, Phyllis J. (1988). The impact of ethnic communities on the employment of Southeast Asian refugees. Amerasia 14(1), 1-22.

Le, Ba Kong. (1985). The Vietnamese entrepreneurs in the U.S.A: the first decade. With John H. Leba, Anthony T. Leba. Houston, Tex.: Zieleks.

Lee, Gen Leigh. (1996). Chinese-Cambodian donut makers in Orange County: Case studies of family labor and socioeconomic adaptations. In Bill Ong Hing and Ronald Lee (Eds.), The State of Asian Pacific America: Reframing the Immigration Debate (pp. 205-219). Los Angeles: LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute and UCLA Asian American Studies Center.

Mason, Sarah R. (1986). Training Southeast Asian refugee women for employment: Public policies and community programs, 1975-1985. Minneapolis, Minn.: Southeast Asian Refugee Studies Project, Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.

Omatsu, Glenn. (1990). We want equality in our unions: Vietnamese workers in the UAW. Gidra 20th Anniversary Issue. pp. 16-17.

Ong, Paul and Evelyn Blumenberg. (1994). Welfare and work among Southeast Asians. In Paul Ong (Ed.), The state of Asian Pacific America: Economic diversity , issues and policies (pp. 144-161). Los Angeles: LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute and UCLA Asian American Studies Center.

Pfeffer, Max J. (2000). Class, ethnicity, and marginal employment: African-American and Cambodian day-haul farm workers in Philadelphia. Research in the Sociology of Work 9, 73- 93.

Pfeifer, Mark. (1993). A tale of two “Little Saigons:” Southeast Asian economic development in Chicago and Philadelphia. Middle States Geographer 26, 115-119.

Rai, Kalyani. (2004). Community-based participatory action research offering Hmong welfare recipients’ voices for dialogue and change. In Philip Kretsedemas and Ana Aparicio (Eds.), Immigrants, welfare reform, and the poverty of policy (pp. 187-203). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Scott, George M. Jr. (1992). The advent of a cottage industry of Hmong Paj Ntaub textiles in Southern California: The roles of an entrepreneur-patron, an applied anthropologist-broker, and a shopping mall sale. Human Organization, 51(3), 284-298).

Stein, Barry N. (1979). Occupational adjustment of refugees: The Vietnamese in the United States. International Migration Review 13(1), 25-45.

Tang, Eric. (2000). Collateral damage: Southeast Asian poverty in the United States. Social Text 18(1), 55-79.

Tran, Angie. (2003). Transnational assembly work: Vietnamese American electronic and Vietnamese garment workers. Amerasia Journal 29(1), 4-28.

Vo, Linda Trinh. (2003). Managing survival: economic realities for Vietnamese American women. In Shirley Hune & Gail M. Nomura (Eds.), Asian/Pacific Islander American women: A historical anthology (pp. 237-252) New York: New York University Press.

Wood, Joseph S. (2006). Making America at Eden Center. In Wei Li (Ed.), From urban enclave to ethnic suburb: New Asian communities in Pacific Rim countries (pp. 23-40). Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Wong, Kent. (2001). Quynh Nguyen. In Julie Monroe and Kathleen Yasuda (Eds.). Voices for Justice: Asian Pacific American organizers and the new labor movement (pp. 93-101). Los Angeles, Center for Labor Research and Education, UCLA.