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Book Chapter
UWI Author(s)
Author, Analytic
Boxill, Ian
Author Affiliation, Ana.
Sociology and Social Work; Faculty of Social Sciences
Title, Analytic
Entrepreneurship among blacks: Towards a theory of symbolic articulation
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Author, Monographic
Ryan, Selwyn; Stewart, Taimoon
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Title, Monographic
Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean: Culture, Structure and Conjuncture
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Place of Publication
St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago
Publisher Name
Institute of Social and Economic Research
Date of Publication
1994
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477-491
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Abstract
Addresses the question of why people of African descent are vastly under-represented in business ownership in the region. Examines three theoretical approaches which may be used to explain the basis of entrepreneurial activity. Classifies these approaches as the modernization, dependency and 'unequal access' syndrome. Suggests an alternative framework for conceptualizing the 'problem' of entrepreneurship among blacks in the Caribbean....
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