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Volume 7, Number 4
AN EXAMINATION OF INFORMATION SOURCES AND ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS AVAILABLE TO MINORITY-OWNED SMALL BUSINESSES
Minority business utilization of assistance programs and information sources was based on the results of 687 mail questionnaires. While these businesses had used several sources of information, low participation was found among government agencies an ...
A Comparison of Failed and Non-failed Small Businesses in the United States: Do Men and Women Use Different Planning and Decision Making Strategies?
The primary objective of this study was to investigate the influence of gender in U. S. small business failures. A "failure" was defined as a bankruptcy with losses to creditors, and firms with fewer than 500 employees were considered “small.” Recent ...
Entrepreneurial Potential in Transition Economies: A View from Tomorrow’s Leaders
Entrepreneurial activity is believed to be a fundamental force in the transformation of societies and economies in the former communist countries towards free markets and democracy. However, little is actually known about the situation in the transit ...
Entrepreneurial Performance by Women and Minorities: The Case of New Firms*
The primary objective of this paper is to compare how business survival varies between men- and women-owned business start-ups and between minority- and non-minority-owned business start-ups. By linking previously unavailable longitudinal microdata o ...
ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING, MICROFINANCE, AND REPLICATION:
This paper provides a brief introduction to microfinance programs in international development, and to Nonaka’s (1994) four-phase organizational learning framework. The four-phase learning model is then used to provide a detailed examination of the r ...
WHEN HE AND SHE SELL SEASHELLS: EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MANAGEMENT TEAM GENDER-BALANCE AND SMALL FIRM PERFORMANCE
Small businesses are resource disadvantaged and need to leverage every resource at their disposal. One resource that may exist, but is all too often overlooked, is that of management team gender-balance. Gender-balance represents a resource because o ...


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