Hispanic-American entrepreneurs: Research opportunities and challenges
Over the past few years both the popular press and business press have been filled with stories about the growth of the Hispanic-American population and the impact of that population growth on American business. U.S. Census data estimates project that Hispanic-American households in the U.S will number approximately 13.5 million by 2010 and represent more than $670 billion in spending power. This symposium discusses a series of research programs focusing on Hispanic-Americans entrepreneurs, and is designed to engage the audience in a discussion of current research and developing ideas for future research and practice. [PUBLICATION ABSTRACT]
Newell, S. E., Banerji, K., Chandra, R., Chowdhury, S., Clarke, R., Endres, M. L., … Wagner-Marsh, F. (2008). Hispanic-American entrepreneurs: Research opportunities and challenges. In United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Conference Proceedings (pp. 969–977). Boca Raton, FL: United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
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