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Topics covered include present and historical analysis, foreign economic success, the global economy, obstacles to development, and black consumers and entrepreneurs. Paperbackpages. Published September 1st by African American Images first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Black Economicsplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Oct 01, Dana rated it liked it. The concepts are sound, even though the books is a little outdated. The difficult thing would ,unjufu figuring out the step-by-step implementation of the recommendations, especially as it relates to today’s economic environment.
I was really interested in the author’s “mock meeting” with notable people. However, I wished he would have provided a full transcript of such discussion, rather than his opined summary.
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I hope that the author kjnjufu consider releasing exonomics fully updated version, with better edit The concepts are sound, even though the books is a little outdated.
I hope that the author would consider releasing a fully updated version, with better editing for typos. The black community in America is in dire need of economic development and economic liberation, more black businesses and supportive consumers, a drastic increase in black employment particularly black male employmentcommunity development and a stronger and more involved black middle class.
I liked this book and hope others regardless or race or economic standing will read it. The book is a comprehensive, easy to understand economics primer.
A little bit outdated but vary interesting book to read. Dec 20, Alex rated it really liked it Shelves: Very good and informative about economic conditions in the African American community. He makes an encouraging argument of why as a community we should put economic empowerment before political empowerment. He has lots of ideas and suggestions for how this can be sconomics based on much statistical information and historical facts. It’s a very quick and easy read.
The book was published inso numbers and calculations he makes are out-of-date, so just adjust for inflation. Blaack is spot on abo Very good and informative about economic conditions in economice African American community.
Kunjufu is spot on about many issues and attitudes that hold Edonomics back economically. I enjoyed reading his analysis of the situation. He even touches on the idea of reparations, even though, far-fetched, he makes a great argument for it. My only drawback was the way that he ended the book in the last chapter, with the fictional meeting of his chosen leaders.
Perhaps it also served as a review of the info. Still a great book if you like reading on topics related to finances and economics or if you are an entrepreneur. I was introduced to some great ideas here that I plan to build on.
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Sep 06, Rafael Suleiman rated it really liked it. A great examination of the socioeconomic conditions of the Black community. May 08, Jennifer Tidwell rated it it was amazing.
Black Economics: Solutions for Economic and Community Empowerment by Jawanza Kunjufu
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