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The Resource North Carolina in the connected age : challenges and opportunities in a globalizing economy, Michael L. Walden

North Carolina in the connected age : challenges and opportunities in a globalizing economy, Michael L. Walden

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North Carolina in the connected age : challenges and opportunities in a globalizing economy
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North Carolina in the connected age
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challenges and opportunities in a globalizing economy
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Michael L. Walden
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eng
Summary
Despite almost four centuries of black independent self-help enterprises, the agency of African Americans in attempting to forge their own economic liberation through business activities and entrepreneurship has remained noticeably absent from the historical record. Juliet Walker's award-winning History of Black Business in America is the only source that provides a detailed study of the continuity, diversity, and multiplicity of independent self-help economic activities among African Americans. This new, updated edition divides the original work into two volumes. The first volume covers Afric
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non fiction
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North Carolina in the connected age : challenges and opportunities in a globalizing economy, Michael L. Walden
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North Carolina in the connected age : challenges and opportunities in a globalizing economy, Michael L. Walden
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5149/9780807888742_walden
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-318) and index
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online resource
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multicolored
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Contents
The national context : the creation of the connected age -- The macroeconomics of change : forces transforming North Carolina's economy -- The microeconomics of change : the remaking of North Carolina's industries -- Impacts on people -- Impacts on places -- Impacts on policies -- North Carolina's future in the connected age
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