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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Afro-Brazilian Women Entrepreneurs: Characteristics, Critical Issues And Current Comments

    Research done on minority women entrepreneurs in the United States has suggested that they are more likely than their non-minority counterparts to experience difficulty in the start-up and operational stages of their businesses. However, little has been done to highlight the issues for minority women entrepreneurs in an international context....

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    The Global Financial Crisis: Management Of Deficits And Debts

    The boom of world trade, the unprecedented openness of domestic markets, regional integration, and the persistence and magnitude of globalisation are as many challenges to the management of the internal balance between revenues and expenditures, both in the context of international, regional, national, and company mechanisms, and for the individual...

    Provided By Siena College

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    The Global Financial Crisis: Management Of Deficits And Debts

    The boom of world trade, the unprecedented openness of domestic markets, regional integration, and the persistence and magnitude of globalisation are as many challenges to the management of the internal balance between revenues and expenditures, both in the context of international, regional, national, and company mechanisms, and for the individual...

    Provided By Siena College

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Afro-Brazilian Women Entrepreneurs: Characteristics, Critical Issues And Current Comments

    Research done on minority women entrepreneurs in the United States has suggested that they are more likely than their non-minority counterparts to experience difficulty in the start-up and operational stages of their businesses. However, little has been done to highlight the issues for minority women entrepreneurs in an international context....

    Provided By Siena College