Women Entrepreneurs Across Racial Lines: Issues of Human Capital, Financial Capital and Network Structures

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Edward Elgar, 2006 - Business & Economics - 261 pages
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'In this book Andrea E. Smith-Hunter interweaves quantitative findings with qualitative depth, resulting in an informative and objective report of explanatory variables, differences and similarities among women entrepreneurs from unlike racial backgrounds. Among others, she develops models of human capital dimensions, network structures, and entrepreneurial success.' - Léo-Paul Dana, Journal of International Entrepreneurship

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Andrea E. Smith-Hunter is Associate Professor of Marketing and Management at Siena College, USA.

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