Barriers to Entrepreneurship in Native America
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November 28, 2010
This project is directed at researching barriers to entrepreneurship which are preventing the development of successful business on Native American reservation communities. The vast majority of research pertaining to Native entrepreneurship focuses on the lack of success while there is little research in academia detailing the barriers and obstacles facing tribes. The four key objectives of this project were to specify Native business barriers, define success for Native businesses, address the current state of entrepreneurial development on reservations, and finally to analyze recommendations for improvement. For this project data was obtained through interviews with prominent leaders and entrepreneurs in the Native communities of northeast Wisconsin. Findings were compared to tribes nationally through the use of literary research.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 71
Keywords: Native, America, Entrepreneurship, Business, Native American
JEL Classification: J15, Z10working papers series
Date posted: March 21, 2011
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