Doing Business in Minority Markets: Black and Korean Entrepreneurs in Chicago's Ethnic Beauty Aids Industry

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Routledge, Dec 24, 2002 - Business & Economics - 262 pages
A thorough analysis of networks and organizational interactions between black and Korean entrepreneurs in the ethnic beauty aids industry.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Race And The Ethnic Beauty Aids Industry
42
The Context Of Minority Entrepreneurship On The South Side Of Chicago
80
Sojourning And The Welfare Economy
100
The Effects Of Competition On Ethnic Solidarity
123
The Interdependence Of Korean Merchants And Black Employees In Minority Markets
145
Middleman And Black Distributors
167
Contemporary Black Manufacturers
186
APPENDIX A INTERVIEW GUIDE FOR BEAUTY AIDS MERCHANTS
219
APPENDIX B BEAUTY AIDS MERCHANT SURVEY
225
APPENDIX C INTERVIEW GUIDE FOR BEAUTY AIDS DISTRIBUTORS
231
APPENDIX D BEAUTY AIDS DISTRIBUTOR SURVEY
235
APPENDIX E INTERVIEW GUIDE FOR BEAUTY AIDS MANUFACTURER
239
APPENDIX F BEAUTY AIDS MANUFACTURER SURVEY
244
Bibliography
250
Index
258

Conclusion
207

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