The Resilient Entrepreneur

Lessons from the London Riots

Rachel Doern

The Resilient Entrepreneur

Rachel Doern

Distributed for Bristol University Press

120 pages | 8 halftones | 5 x 7 3/4
Cloth $65.00 ISBN: 9781529201178 Will Publish February 2021 For sale in North and South America only
This book asks "what makes entrepreneurs more or less resilient to adversity?" Drawing on longitudinal data collected by the author (the 2011 London riots and their impact on small businesses and entrepreneurs), the book reflects on the findings and considers the lessons for entrepreneurs, organisations and communities. It brings together different strands of literature, from resilience and adaptation to crisis/disaster management, and across multiple fields of study including management, geography and psychology.
Contents
PART ONE; Why is it important to look at the resilience of entrepreneurs now?; A history of resilience research; PART TWO; Instigating factors around the riots; Responses to the London riots; Recovery responses; PART THREE; Lessons on resilience for the e
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