2 edition of African-Carribbean entrepreneurship in Britain found in the catalog.
African-Carribbean entrepreneurship in Britain
At foot of cover:Small Business Research Centre.
|Statement||Monder Ram and David Deakins.|
|Contributions||Deakins, David, 1950-, University of Central England in Birmingham. Small Business Research Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
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the phenomenon African-Carribbean entrepreneurship in Britain book African Caribbean entrepreneurship through the lens of Pentecostalism, which is the most popular religious expression of African Caribbean peoples in the UK. The extent to which the socio‐cultural and psycho‐ religious underpinnings of the African Caribbean person are amenable to.
This study set out to take a definitive look at African Caribbean entrepreneurship by delineating the broad spectrum of historical and contemporary theories of ethnic entrepreneurship. It also looked in particular on the phenomenon of African Caribbean entrepreneurship through the lens of Pentecostalism, which is the most popular religious expression of African Caribbean peoples in the : Gregory John Roberts.
Nwankwo () approaches the issue of entrepreneurship among black Africans in Britain in a similar fashion, arguing that "different immigration experiences do have an effect on entrepreneurial Author: Sonny Nwankwo.
This is an easy to read and child-friendly book on the history of Black people in Britain. The sub-topics have been carefully selected and organised to include key historical events in Britain’s past where the ‘presence and contributions’ of Black people were either misrepresented or omitted by other writers/5(3).
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Entrepreneurship is a backbone to a thriving economy, and can. British African-Caribbean people are residents of the United Kingdom who are of Caribbean descent whose ancestors were primarily indigenous to immigration to the United Kingdom from Africa increased in the s, the term has sometimes been used to include UK residents solely of African origin or as a term to define all Black British residents, though the phrase African and Caribbean.
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