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Incorporating Women: A History of Women & Business in the U.S.
Incorporating Women: A History of Women & Business in the U.S.
 
Our Price: $19.00
Year: 2002
Pages: 278
Binding Paperback
ISBN 312233493

Product Code: 075678591X

Description
 
Angel Kwolek-Folland (au); Kenneth Lipartito (in). An engaging & unique survey of women in business that begins with 17th-century Native American fur traders & ends with the producer of the film “Top Gun.” Along the way, the reader is introduced to some of the women -- famous, infamous, & forgotten -- who have engaged in bus. throughout U.S. history. Focuses on two themes: the diversity of women’s business experiences & the effects of legal & social conditions on their business opportunities. Drawing on cutting-edge scholarship & extensive research from a variety of sources, this volume covers everything from firms & markets to workers & entrepreneurs. “The single best history of the varied roles women have played in American bus. from the colonial period to the present day.”

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