Entrepreneurial Financial Resilience and Financial Innovation in a Turbulent Era

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Entrepreneurial Financial Resilience and Financial Innovation in a Turbulent Era

9781802203912 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Javed G. Hussain, Professor of Entrepreneurial Finance, Birmingham City Business School, Birmingham City University, Samuel Salia, Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Finance, Faculty of Business and Law, De Montfort University, UK and Jonathan M. Scott, Senior Lecturer in Innovation and Strategy, Waikato Management School, University of Waikato, Tauranga, New Zealand
Publication Date: August 2023 ISBN: 978 1 80220 391 2 Extent: c 224 pp
This cutting-edge book explores the impact of pandemic shocks and other crises on businesses. Focusing on growing threats to business resilience, it offers innovative strategies to manage financial change and reposition small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs for success.

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This cutting-edge book explores the impact of pandemic shocks and other crises on businesses. Focusing on growing threats to business resilience, it offers innovative strategies to manage financial change and reposition small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and entrepreneurs for success.

The expert team of contributors provide multi-dimensional perspectives on how to support businesses to access finance. Focusing on SMEs, the book analyses the diverse coping strategies adopted by firms to resolve entrepreneurial issues. Chapters evaluate the impact of crises on SMEs’ finances; the latest developments in debt, equity and asset-based finance; and recent global inflationary pressures. Ultimately, the book argues that SME resilience is central to a strong economy, and swift action from governments, financial institutions, and other stakeholders is needed to curb the liquidity trap faced by businesses.

Tackling theoretical, practical and policy issues, this book will be a useful resource for students and researchers of entrepreneurship, financial regulation and the economics of innovation. It will also be an invaluable guide for policymakers and practitioners seeking to boost SME resilience and control economic shocks.
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‘With significant focus on the impact of the Covid pandemic on SMEs, this book has considerable contemporary relevance. But as the editors emphasise, the Covid pandemic is just one of several sources of turbulence and disruption that are currently impacting SMEs across the globe. Moreover, as they go on to note, turbulence and disruption are recurring events, giving the book ongoing relevance beyond the pandemic.’
– Colin Mason, University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK

‘The editors have assembled a distinguished and diverse collection of contributors who are able to offer real insights into the marketplace for entrepreneurial finance. Although these marketplaces differ massively between countries, they are united in the common theme that participants lack power. They are constantly subject to shocks from which some, but not all, survive. Who does, who does not, and why, are therefore key questions addressed in the volume.’
– David Storey, University of Sussex Business School, UK
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Contributors include: Senyo Agbanyo, Johnson Ameh, Prathivadi Anand, Rashmi Arora, Victor Atiase, David Bennett, Sanjay Bhowmick, Joseph Kwadwo Danquah, David Deakins, Dilek Demirbaş, Prasoom Dwivedi, Patrick Elf, Kathleen Flynn, Patronella Ganza, Javed G. Hussain, Seun Kolade, Harry Matlay, Francis Zana Naab, Gilbert Zana Naab, Adekunle I. Ogunsade, Oyerinmade R. Oladejo, Robyn Owen, Samuel Salia, Robert Sambian, Jonathan M. Scott, Pattanapong Tiwasing, Li Xiao
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