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Hispanic Entrepreneurs in the 2000sAn Economic Profile and Policy Implications$
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Alberto Davila and Marie T. Mora

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780804777933

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: May 2014

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804777933.001.0001

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Education and Hispanic Entrepreneurs

Education and Hispanic Entrepreneurs

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(p.60) 4 Education and Hispanic Entrepreneurs
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Hispanic Entrepreneurs in the 2000s
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Alberto Dávila

Marie T. Mora

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Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804777933.003.0004

Given their relatively low educational attainment, and given the recent increase in the number of Hispanic-owned businesses, the extent to which education matters for the business and earnings outcomes of Hispanic entrepreneurs has increasingly important implications for the future development of the United States. This chapter thus analyzes the relationship of education to sales of Hispanic-owned businesses, taking business owners’ birthplace into account. The chapter further analyzes how the relationship between education and the earnings of Hispanic entrepreneurs changed during the Great Recession, including across the distribution of earnings, across Hispanic subgroups, and between natives and immigrants. The chapter concludes with an investigation into how education is related to entry into the self-employment sector.

Keywords:   Hispanic education, education and self-employment, education of Hispanic business owners, earnings and education of Hispanic entrepreneurs

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