African American Entrepreneurship

African American Entrepreneurship: Selected full-text books and articles

Take a Lesson: Today's Black Achievers on How They Made It and What They Learned along the Way By Caroline V. Clarke Wiley, 2001
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Does Economic Culture and Social Capital Matter?: An Analysis of African-American Entrepreneurs in Cleveland, Ohio By House, Bessie The Western Journal of Black Studies, Vol. 24, No. 3, Fall 2000
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