The role of microenterprise development in the United States
Association for Enterprise Opportunity, May 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 95 pages
Book describes the importance of microenterprise development to policy makers and practitioners. Part I: An Overview of the Microenterprise Development Field in the U.S.; Part II: Microenterprise in the US: Is there a Case for Public Support; Part III: Performance Measures for Microenterprise in the US; Part IV: Structuring and Sustaining Relationships that Support US Microenterprise Programs; Part V: What Ensures Success by Low-Income and Unemployed Entrepreneurs Using the Microenterprise Strategy in the US; Part VI: The Quality of Self-Employment Jobs in the US.
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