The Impact of Economic Development Policy on Black-Owned Enterprises
In: Job Creation: Prospects & Strategies
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This chapter was published in: Wilhelmina A. Leigh & Margaret C. Simms (ed.) Job Creation: Prospects & Strategies, University Press of America, pages 151-168, 1998.
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economic development; minority business; black-owned business; job creation;
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