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Unformatted text preview: 1 ---EEE 3033--- Women and Minority Entrepreneurship September 2011 Elizabeth M. Payne J.D. Department of Entrepreneurship Spears School of Business Oklahoma State University Opportunity Identification (2) Bugs Me Theoretical Foundations and Definitions Entrepreneurship Basics What is E?/Definition/6 Stage Process Traits/Myths/Values of Es Course Approach How should we approach the study of Women and Minority Entrepreneurship? Shared E Values over Cultural Values across genders Morris Hawai Study What is the impact of race/gender/ethnicity on the E Process? Is this impact good or bad? What is the impact of the perception? Current State: Disparity between # of women and minorities in U.S. population and #s of women and minority owned businesses E as Empowerment – Needed to close gap Guest Speaker Dr. John Chaney: Obstacles to Empowerment – Stereotypes, In group preference, Implicit Bias and Racism By the Numbers: State of Minority E –How do we measure it? <Kauffman Reports Exercise> State of Minority E –How do we measure it?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course EEE 3033 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Oklahoma State.
- Fall '11