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Volume 3, Number 1
Female Entrepreneurs in a Female-Dominated Health Profession: An Exploratory Study
While seventy-four percent of physical therapists are female and there are opportunities for self-owned practices, the number of men who open practices exceeds the number of women. This study's purpose is to identify patterns that encouraged women to ...
Turning the Unemployed into Entrepreneurs: An Evaluation of a Self-Employment Department of a Transitional Economy
The paper evaluates the performance of a Slovenian Capitalization Program, the program that assists the unemployed to start self-employment by providing them a subsidy in lieu of unemployment compensation. The results indicate that the participants o ...
Making the Adaptation Across Cultures and Societies: A Report on an Attempt to Clone the Grameen Bank in Southern Arkansas
Peer group oriented microenterprise loan funds similar to the Grameen Bank in Bangladesh have become very popular in the United States as a means to move low income people off welfare and to become independent business people. Despite the great appea ...
An Overview of Basic Issues Facing Microenterprise Practices in the United States
Microenterprise programs in a post-industrial society face unique challenges in their implementation. These include decisions about the goals of microenterprise (to create jobs or empower participants through economic self-sufficiency and personal de ...
Rotating Credit Associations and the Diasporic Economy
Caribbean immigrants have participated in rotating credit associations in their adaptation to daily life in New York City. This essay examines the relations between diasporic entrepreneurship and the folk banking system known as sangue or min among t ...
Beyond Creditworthy: Microcredit and Informal Credit in the United States
Muhammed Yunus declares that banks co-cause poverty because they inhibit the poor from managing their personal finances or starting a business. Bankers rejoin that banks do not earn enough revenue from the poor and from small business to serve these ...


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Volume 3, Number 2
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