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Volume 2, Number 1
Case Analysis: Evaluation of Ben Franklin Technology Center of Southeastern Pennsylvania's Enterprise Growth Fund
This study examines a group of borrowers serviced by Enterprise Growth Fund and compares them to borrowers serviced by other lenders. From a economic development point of view, I find that the borrowers approved by the Enterprise Growth Fund show les ...
What's in a Name: A Commentary on the Use of the Term "Minority"
Due to the recent increase in the amount of interest and research on businesses owned by people of color in the U.S., it is necessary to address the applicability and longevity of the term "minority" as in minority business enterprises to represent f ...
Strategic Responses to the Decline and/or Elimination of Government Set-Aside Programs for Minority and Women-Owned Businesses
For many years, Federal, state and local government set-aside contracts have provided opportunities for minority-owned (and more recently women-owned) small businesses to attain the sales volume needed to achieve break-even and subsequent profitabili ...
Capitalizing Microenterprise Funds: The Virginia Enterprise Initiative
The Virginia Enterprise Initiative (VEI) is a state program established with the objective to help fund 15 microenterprise loan programs beginning in 1995. An important aspect of the VEI program is the use of leverage. A relatively small amount of st ...
Thought Self-Leadership: Mind Management for Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneurs are practically guaranteed to find themselves confronting challenging situations. Various training programs have been used to help entrepreneurs overcome these challenges and thus enhance their success rates. This paper proposes that tr ...
Women-Owned Businesses: Obstacles and Opportunities
Record numbers of women are creating new businesses in all sectors and regions of the U.S. This impressive growth suggests that situational and dispositional barriers posited by theories are being overcome with regard to venture creation and acquisit ...


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