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Entrepreneurship is a rich and multi-faceted world. This book is particularly pertinent in that it covers important issues such as diversity in entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship, especially as policy makers face fundamental questions about inclusion and inequality in our societies and economies.
This text prioritises modern critical perspectives, with explicit focus on topics including diversity, sustainability and the international dimension. As such, the authors provide students with a wide-ranging introduction to the complex social phenomenon of entrepreneurship. Crucially, this is a book about entrepreneurship and not one simply aiming to provide a standard recipe for entrepreneurship.
I love the focus on context and on diversity in this timely book. The extension of thought about community-based entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship is welcome, particularly as we have seen the impact of a worldwide pandemic through our economies and in our diverse communities. I see this as an ideal read for anyone interested in studying or simply understanding how entrepreneurship might look right now; in our own spaces or in the ever-changing globalised and disrupted economies of the world.