African-American Economic Development and Small Business Ownership

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Taylor & Francis, 1997 - 145 lappuses
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Challenges the myth that African Americans have no history of entrepreneurship by examining their traditions of economic systems perpetuated during and after slavery and tracing it to contemporary business ownership. Based on a quantitative study of businesses owned by African Americans and by European American males, identifies two key factors to success as the amount of the initial financial investment and whether the owner has graduated from college. The second factor seems to play no part for white males. Revised from a Ph.D. dissertation for George Washington University in 1996. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Economic Development Models and Legislation
21
Research on AfricanAmerican Business Ownership
39
Methodology
51
Analysis of the Data
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Managerial Experience
100
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