Community Capitalism: The South Shore Bank's Strategy for Neighborhood Revitalization
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Community Capitalism: The South Shore Bank's Strategy for Neighborhood Revitalization

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Chicago's famous South Shore Bank has been heralded as a model for urban development by political and business leaders nationwide, inspiring similar programs from Arkansas to Michigan. Here, Taub tells the story of the people who built the bank and of the neighborhood it serves, detailing the struggles and successes of one of the most amazing community development efforts...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published March 1st 1994 by Harvard Business School Press (first published April 1988)
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