$25,000 for Research on Race and Entrepreneurship

Adia Harvey Wingfield, GSU Asst. Prof of Sociology

Adia Harvey Wingfield, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, received $25,000 in funding from the Kauffman Foundation to study racial differences in motivations for entrepreneurship. The project will examine black, white and Latino business owners to assess the extent to which race affects their desire to pursue self-employment.

Some books available in the University Library on race/ethnicity and entrepreneurship:

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