Race and Entrepreneurial Success
A comprehensive analysis of racial disparities and the determinants of entrepreneurial performance--in particular, why Asian-owned businesses on average perform relatively well and why black-owned businesses typically do not.
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2 Racial Disparities in Business Ownership and Outcomes
3 The Determinants of Small Business Success
4 Why Are African AmericanOwned Businesses Less Successful?
5 Why Are AsianOwned Businesses More Successful?
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Race and Entrepreneurial Success: Black-, Asian-, and White-owned Businesses ...
Robert W. Fairlie,Alicia M. Robb
No preview available - 2008
African Americans Asian Americans Asian ﬁrms Asian-owned businesses Asian-owned ﬁrms average sales Bates black business owners black ﬁrms black-owned businesses black-owned ﬁrms business human capital Business Owners 1992 business ownership business success CBO microdata Census Bureau 1997 Characteristics of Business coefﬁcient estimates datasets decomposition differences in business disparities in business Economic employees employment entrepreneurs Entrepreneurship ethnic family member’s business family-business background ﬁnancial capital ﬁnd ﬁndings ﬁrst higher Hispanic incorporated businesses industry Inherited business Latino less levels of startup liquidity constraints minority business minority-owned businesses ness number of businesses ordered probit owner’s education percent of white percentage Prior work experience proﬁts race racial differences racial disparities rates of business regressions reported self-employed family member self-employment rates similar business small business outcomes SMOBE speciﬁc business human startup capital successful business Table total number U.S. Census Bureau variables wealth West South Central white business owners white ﬁrms white-owned businesses white-owned ﬁrms