Immigrant and Minority Entrepreneurship: The Continuous Rebirth of American Communities

Immigrant and Minority Entrepreneurship: The Continuous Rebirth of American Communities


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780275965112
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/30/2004
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

JOHN SIBLEY BUTLER is Professor of Sociology and Management at the University of Texas, Austin. He is Director of the Herb Kelleher Entrepreneurship Center and Interium Director of the IC2 Institute.

GEORGE KOZMETSKY is Professor of Business, a founder of the IC2 Institute, and a widely respected CEO.

Table of Contents

Introduction by John Sibley and George Kozmetsky

African American Entrepreneurship: The View from the 1910 Census by Margaret Levenstein

Black Entrepreneurs, 1970-1990: A Demographic Perspective by Hayward Derrick Horton

The Role of the Enclave Economy in Immigrant Adaptation and Community Building: The Case of New York's Chinatown by Min Zhou

Building Community through Entrepreneurship: Lessons from the United States and Vietnam by Stephen Appold and John D. Kasarda

Fitting In: The Arab American Entrepreneur by Samia El-Badry

The Minority Community as a Natural Business Incubator by Patricia Gene Greene and John Sibley Butler

Women Entrepreneurs: An Explanatory Framework of Capital Types by Patricia Gene Greene and Candida Greer Brush

New Approaches to Understanding the Gendered Economy: Self-Employed Women, Microcredit, and the Nonprofit Sector by Margaret A. Johnson

Korean Rotating Credit Associations in Los Angeles by Ivan Light, Im Jung Kwuon, and Zhong Deng


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