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Volume 1, Number 1
Putting Government's Role in Perspective: The Impact of Government Programs on Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners
Government affects entrepreneurs and small business owners through regulation and through programs and policies designed to foster business creation and growth. This study reports on small business owners' and entrepreneurs' perception of the governm ...
Microenterprise Programs and Women: Entrepreneurship as Individual Empowerment
This paper presents case study research from Women's Initiative for Self Employment (WISE) to argue that WISE, like many microenterprise programs, uses credit as a springboard to achieve something that goes beyond simple access to business funding. A ...
Reply to Raheim
Professor Raheim states in at least a dozen different variations the notion that "Bates characterizes low-income African Americans . . . as having immutable human capital defects." One problem with this is that I do not subscribe to the "Bates view o ...
Rejoinder: Toward a Broader Understanding of the Needs of African American Entrepreneurs
This article was written in response to the preceding Bates paper; The Financial Needs of Black-owned Businesses. Microenterprise development in the United States is described. The results of the final evaluation of the Self-Employment Investment Dem ...
The Financial Capital Needs of Black-owned Businesses
The human capital gap separating black American and nonminority small-business owners has rapidly narrowed in recent years but the financial capital gap has narrowed slowly. Looking solely at owners using debt to finance small-business creation, for ...


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Volume 22, Number 3
September 2017
Volume 21, Number 3
September 2016
Volume 21, Number 4
December 2016
Volume 20, Number 4
December 2015
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September 2015
Volume 19, Number 3
September 2014
Volume 19, Number 4
December 2014
Volume 18, Number 3
September 2013
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December 2013
Volume 17 Number 3
September 2012
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December 2012
Volume 16 Number 3
September 2011
Volume 16 Number 4
December 2011
Volume 15 Number 3
September 2010
Volume 15 Number 4
December 2010
Volume 14 Number 3
September 2009
Volume 14 Number 4
December 2009
Volume 14 Numbr 3
September 2009
Volume 13, Number 3
September 2008
Volume 13, Number 4
December 2008
Volume 12, Number 3
September 2007
Volume 12, Number 4
December 2007
Volume 11, Number 3
September 2006
Volume 10, Number 3
December 2005
Volume 9, Number 3
December 2004
Volume 8, Number 3
December 2003
Volume 7, Number 4
December 2002
Volume 5, Number 3
December 2000
Volume 3, Number 2
September 1998
Volume 2, Number 2
September 1997
Volume 1, Number 2
September 1996