Differences in attitudes toward business training: African-American female and male small business owners
by Warren Martin, Barbara A. Wech, John Sandefur
International Journal of Business and Globalisation (IJBG), Vol. 2, No. 1, 2008

Abstract: The attitudes towards the importance of small business development training courses are documented for African-American male and female small business owners. Results found that females preferred different training methods and topics. The results of the study are discussed in terms of human and social capital theories. Implications of the results are offered, as well as suggestions for future research.

Online publication date: Thu, 06-Dec-2007

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