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Volume 13, Number 3
SPONSORSHIP, COMMUNITY, AND SOCIAL CAPITAL RESOURCES IN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

This exploratory study conducted in heavily indigenous communities was undertaken to investigate entrepreneurial perceptions of community (sense of place, image, and ...

INFLUENCE OF FAMILY’S SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS ON THE DEBT STRUCTURE OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN AND KOREAN-AMERICAN SMALL BUSINESSES

This study utilizes the Korean-American and Mexican-American samples in the National Minority Business Survey to examine the debt structure of small businesses owned ...

ROLE DEMANDS, DIFFICULTY IN MANAGING WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND MINORITY ENTREPRENEURS

By exploring difficulty in managing work-family conflict for minority entrepreneurs, this study considers work-family issues for business persons who have received l ...

SEGMENTING THE POPULATION OF ENTREPRENEURS: A CLUSTER ANALYSIS STUDY

This paper contributes to our understanding of minority entrepreneu ...

SPATIAL ASSIMILATION AND SELF-EMPLOYMENT: THE CASE OF BLACK AMERICANS

Residential segregation has played a central role in theories of minority entrepreneurship. This study integrates two theories in the extant literature on minorities ...

THE EFFECTS OF ETHNICITY, FAMILIES AND CULTURE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE AN EXTENSION OF SUSTAINABLE FAMILY BUSINESS THEORY*

Entrepreneurs have been traditionally epitomized as rugged individuals garnering creative forces of innovation and technology. Applying this traditional, limited, an ...

THE EMPIRICAL TRUTHS ABOUT MINORITY ENTREPRENEURS

The Empirical Truths about Minority Entrepreneurs

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INFLUENCE OF FAMILY’S SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS ON THE DEBT STRUCTURE OF MEXICAN-AMERICAN AND KOREAN-AMERICAN SMALL BUSINESSES

This study utilizes the Korean-American and Mexican-American samples in the National Minority Business Survey to examine the debt structure of small businesses owned ...

ROLE DEMANDS, DIFFICULTY IN MANAGING WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AND MINORITY ENTREPRENEURS

By exploring difficulty in managing work-family conflict for minority entrepreneurs, this study considers work-family issues for business persons who have received l ...

SEGMENTING THE POPULATION OF ENTREPRENEURS: A CLUSTER ANALYSIS STUDY

This paper contributes to our understanding of minority entrepreneu ...

SPATIAL ASSIMILATION AND SELF-EMPLOYMENT: THE CASE OF BLACK AMERICANS

Residential segregation has played a central role in theories of minority entrepreneurship. This study integrates two theories in the extant literature on minorities ...

THE EFFECTS OF ETHNICITY, FAMILIES AND CULTURE ON ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCE AN EXTENSION OF SUSTAINABLE FAMILY BUSINESS THEORY

Entrepreneurs have been traditionally epitomized as rugged individuals garnering creative forces of innovation and technology. Applying this traditional, limited, an ...



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