Race's Role in Startup Success

A talk with author Robert Fairlie about barriers that blacks and Latinos face in starting businesses and making them thrive

Blacks and Latinos start businesses at a lower rate than whites and Asians, and their companies are less likely to be profitable, less likely to hire employees, and more likely to close. A new book, Race and Entrepreneurial Success, explores the reasons behind those gaps.

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