Center of Excellence for Veteran Entrepreneurship, Bank of America, First Data
This paper describes how veterans report financing their businesses, their potential difficulties accessing capital, and the potential reasons they may encounter credit and loan denials. We conclude with a discussion on the possible implications and put forward a preliminary argument for further study that would explore some of the more nuanced aspects of access to capital barriers.
Finance and Financial Management | Military and Veterans Studies
Veteran Entrepeneurship Research
Veteran entrepreneurship research, IVMF, Veteran entrepreneurship, Veteran business ownership, Self-employed veterans, Trends, Gaps, Next steps
Finance; Financial literacy; Fund raising
Financials--Access to capital, Financials--Financial literacy
Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University
Maury, Rosalinda V.; Boldon, Nyasha Y.; Armstrong, Nicholas; and Van Slyke, Ryan, "The State of Veteran Entrepreneurship Research: What We Know and Next Steps" (2019). Institute for Veterans and Military Families. 50.
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