Race Self-employment & Upward Mobility: An Elusive American Dream by Timothy Bates. The Woodrow Wilson Center Press: Washington, D.C. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London. 228 pages.

Race Self-employment & Upward Mobility: An Elusive American Dream by Timothy Bates. The Woodrow... Review Essay Race Self-employment & Upward Mobility: An ethnicity, and entrepreneurship, or are the two Elusive American Dream by Timothy Bates. traditions on separate tracks, destined to fly by The Woodrow Wilson Center Press: each other like strangers in the night? Because Washington, D.C. The Johns Hopkins propositions developed in the field of sociology of University Press, Baltimore and London. 228 entrepreneurship are central to Bates work, we pages. pause to take a cursory review of this tradition. The study of the relationship between ethnicity, race, and self-employment has been of interest to Timothy Bates’ Race, Self-Employment and sociologists since Max Weber and Georg Simmel’s Upward Mobility is a work which was destined to turn of the century works, which tried to account appear. Like a train packed with tons of data and for the development of new ventures in societies. analysis, it is running head on with propositions Weber’s influential work, The Protestant Ethnic and explanations which have been developed by and the Spirit of Capitalism, gave us the proposi- sociologists in the area of immigrant entrepre- tion that religious or ethnic minorities who have neurship. The data are from the much-treasured little opportunity to serve the state http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Small Business Economics Springer Journals

Race Self-employment & Upward Mobility: An Elusive American Dream by Timothy Bates. The Woodrow Wilson Center Press: Washington, D.C. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore and London. 228 pages.

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 1999 by Kluwer Academic Publishers
Subject
Business and Management; Management; Microeconomics; Entrepreneurship; Industrial Organization
ISSN
0921-898X
eISSN
1573-0913
D.O.I.
10.1023/A:1008047609532
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Review Essay Race Self-employment & Upward Mobility: An ethnicity, and entrepreneurship, or are the two Elusive American Dream by Timothy Bates. traditions on separate tracks, destined to fly by The Woodrow Wilson Center Press: each other like strangers in the night? Because Washington, D.C. The Johns Hopkins propositions developed in the field of sociology of University Press, Baltimore and London. 228 entrepreneurship are central to Bates work, we pages. pause to take a cursory review of this tradition. The study of the relationship between ethnicity, race, and self-employment has been of interest to Timothy Bates’ Race, Self-Employment and sociologists since Max Weber and Georg Simmel’s Upward Mobility is a work which was destined to turn of the century works, which tried to account appear. Like a train packed with tons of data and for the development of new ventures in societies. analysis, it is running head on with propositions Weber’s influential work, The Protestant Ethnic and explanations which have been developed by and the Spirit of Capitalism, gave us the proposi- sociologists in the area of immigrant entrepre- tion that religious or ethnic minorities who have neurship. The data are from the much-treasured little opportunity to serve the state

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Small Business EconomicsSpringer Journals

Published: Sep 30, 2004

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