African Businessmen and Development in Zambia
Andrew A. Beveridge & Anthony R. Oberschall
Drawing on their extensive fieldwork in Zambia, the authors address these central concerns: the social origins and motivations of African entrepreneurs, and the determinants of their success; the impact of government policies on business growth; the relative performance of Zambians in business; and the effects of small business on Zambian society.
First published in 1979.
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