Household & Small Business Data: Little Village

Data

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Documentation

Background Information

Research Studies

Small Business Access to Trade Credit: Some Evidence of Ethnic Differences
Daniel Aaronson, Paul Huck, and Robert Townsend
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Policy Studies, May 2000

 

Supplier Relationships and Small Business Use of Trade Credit
Daniel Aaronson, Raphael Bostic, Paul Huck, and Robert Townsend
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Working Paper Series, December 2000

 

Formal and Informal Financing in a Chicago Ethnic Neighborhood
Philip Bond and Robert Townsend
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Economic Perspectives, July/August 1996

 

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Annual Report 2000
Highlighted research based on the households and small business owners in these two ethnic/racial communities.

 

Small Business Finance in Two Chicago Minority Neighborhoods
Paul Huck, Sherrie L. W. Rhine, Philip Bond and Robert Townsend
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Economic Perspectives, September/October 1999

 

Immigrant Entrepreneurs 
Research Perspectives on Migration, Vol. 1, No. 2, January/February 1997

 

Immigrants' Pathways to Business Ownership: A Comparative Ethnic Perspective
Rebeca Raijman and Marta Tienda
Princeton University Working Paper, July 1999

 

Training Functions of Ethnic Economies: Mexican Entrepreneurs in Chicago
Rebeca Raijman and Marta Tienda
Princeton University Working Paper, March 2000

 

The Homeownership and Financing Experience in Two Chicago Minority Neighborhoods
Sherrie L.W. Rhine and Maude Toussaint-Comeau
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Policy Studies, December 2000

 

Forging Mobility: Immigrants' Socioeconomic Progress in a Low-Wage Environment

Marta Tienda and Rebeca Raijman
December 1995

 

Ethnic Immigrant Enclaves and Homeownership: A Case Study of an Urban Hispanic Community
Maude Toussaint-Comeau and Sherrie L.W. Rhine
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago Policy Studies, December 2000