Affirmative Action and Black Entrepreneurship

Synopsis

Affirmative Action and Black Entrepreneurship tells the story of what happens when African Americans obtain adequate opportunities for entrepreneurship. It examines the importance of minority procurement programs in creating opportunities for black-owned businesses and demonstrates how their market entry, growth, diversification, employment capacity were changed as a result. The author discusses key factors such as the current state of the economy, the influence of public policies, the persistence of urban poverty and equal opportunities.