The annual Minority and Small Business Review, published by the Center for the Study of Minority and Small Business (CSMSB) and the Department of Business Administration at University of the West, is now available. In its 19th year, this journal has remained focused on topics relating to the “growth and sustainability of minority and small businesses.” Edited by Professor Meskerem Tadesse, the Minority and Small Business Review balances theory and practical insights “to provide information that is content-rich and topically current.”
Volume 19 explores subject matters that are immediately recognizable from current headlines, including tax impact of the CARES Act, telemedicine, productivity during COVID-19, the gamification of stock trading, and more. As consistent with past issues, the current issue features contributions from University of the West faculty, as well as industry experts, business leaders, and entrepreneurs.
The Minority and Small Business Review, Volume 19 (Spring, 2021), along with Vol. 11-18, is available for viewing and download at:
Printed issues are also available for $10 ($15 for delivery outside the U.S.). Please refer to information in the above link.