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Black Entrepreneurship in America (Hardback)
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Black Entrepreneurship in America (Hardback)

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Hardback 224 Pages / Published: 29/02/1996
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Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
ISBN: 9780887382901
Number of pages: 224
Weight: 499 g
Dimensions: 241 x 165 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

"The thesis of this book is that increased black entrepreneurship (self-employment or business ownership) is needed to improve the economic condition of blacks, particularly since the decline in the availability of well-paying industrial jobs that require relatively little education or vocational skills... The authors present an overview of the change in status of blacks relative to whites in income, wealth, educational attainment, unemployment rates, and entrepreneurship by means of census data... This very interesting book is strongly recommended for upper-division and graduate collections."

--E. P. Hoffman, Choice


"The uniqueness of the book is that the entrepreneur is seen not just as an agent for capital accumulation, but also as the prime mover for social reconstruction."

--Thomas D. Boston, The Southern Economic Journal

"Provocative reading for those who are seeking ways of using the private sector to ameliorate conditions of poverty and hopelessness."

--Carl Lieberman, Perspectives on Political Science

"[V]ery useful as a reference and as a text in minority business enterprise. Should generate some sharp exchanges in the classroom."

--Scott Cummings, Contemporary Sociology

"The thesis of this book is that increased black entrepreneurship (self-employment or business ownership) is needed to improve the economic condition of blacks, particularly since the decline in the availability of well-paying industrial jobs that require relatively little education or vocational skills... The authors present an overview of the change in status of blacks relative to whites in income, wealth, educational attainment, unemployment rates, and entrepreneurship by means of census data... This very interesting book is strongly recommended for upper-division and graduate collections."

--E. P. Hoffman, Choice


"The uniqueness of the book is that the entrepreneur is seen not just as an agent for capital accumulation, but also as the prime mover for social reconstruction."

--Thomas D. Boston, The Southern Economic Journal

"Provocative reading for those who are seeking ways of using the private sector to ameliorate conditions of poverty and hopelessness."

--Carl Lieberman, Perspectives on Political Science

"[V]ery useful as a reference and as a text in minority business enterprise. Should generate some sharp exchanges in the classroom."

--Scott Cummings, Contemporary Sociology

"The thesis of this book is that increased black entrepreneurship (self-employment or business ownership) is needed to improve the economic condition of blacks, particularly since the decline in the availability of well-paying industrial jobs that require relatively little education or vocational skills... The authors present an overview of the change in status of blacks relative to whites in income, wealth, educational attainment, unemployment rates, and entrepreneurship by means of census data... This very interesting book is strongly recommended for upper-division and graduate collections."

--E. P. Hoffman, Choice


-The uniqueness of the book is that the entrepreneur is seen not just as an agent for capital accumulation, but also as the prime mover for social reconstruction.-

--Thomas D. Boston, The Southern Economic Journal

-Provocative reading for those who are seeking ways of using the private sector to ameliorate conditions of poverty and hopelessness.-

--Carl Lieberman, Perspectives on Political Science

-[V]ery useful as a reference and as a text in minority business enterprise. Should generate some sharp exchanges in the classroom.-

--Scott Cummings, Contemporary Sociology

-The thesis of this book is that increased black entrepreneurship (self-employment or business ownership) is needed to improve the economic condition of blacks, particularly since the decline in the availability of well-paying industrial jobs that require relatively little education or vocational skills... The authors present an overview of the change in status of blacks relative to whites in income, wealth, educational attainment, unemployment rates, and entrepreneurship by means of census data... This very interesting book is strongly recommended for upper-division and graduate collections.-

--E. P. Hoffman, Choice

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