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|Description:||xviii, 240 pages ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword by Robert E. Friedman Preface Background Introduction Self-Employment Theories Empirical Analyses of Self-Employment Immigrant and Ethnic Group Experience with Self-Employment Black Business Movements Program Descriptions Self-Employment Programs in the Third World and Europe Self-Employment Training Programs in the United States Targeted to Low-Income People Policy and Evaluation Policies to Encourage Self-Employment for Low-Income Persons: Modest Goals and Support Linkages Policies to Encourage Self-Employment for Low-Income Persons: Creating Supportive Institutions and a Research Agenda Job Creation Through Encouragement of Self-Employment Evaluation for Self-Employment Programs Bibliography Index|
|Responsibility:||Steven Balkin ; foreword by Robert E. Friedman.|
?Can people who are unable to earn enough to raise their families above the poverty line because of a lack of education, skills, or sobriety become self-employed and do better both financially and