Indigenous ethnicity and entrepreneurial success in Africa : some evidence from Ethiopia / Taye Mengistae Mengistae, Taye

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Mengistae, Taye
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Minority business enterprises - Ethiopia.; Ethiopia - Ethnic relations.; Manufacturing industries - Ethiopia.
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Manufacturing businesses owned by an indigenous ethnic group, the Gurage, typically perform better than those of members of any other (major or minority) groups in Ethiopia. Gurage-owned businesses are normally larger and grow faster. Yet Gurage business owners typically are less educated than their counterparts in other groups and have less formal vocational training.
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