Posted on: 31st January, 2014
22nd March, 2018
Our research explores the role of bricolage in the development of socially entrepreneurial ventures amongst displaced populations.
We selected three social entrepreneurs from three different displacement contexts through semi-structured interviews. Our cross-case analysis found that bricolage was being deployed by displaced social entrepreneurs to start up a business. The outcomes of these activities enabled the displaced entrepreneurs to achieve their goal of re-engagement in business, despite possessing very few physical and financial resources.
The new season of “research today!” seminars opens on Thursday, 15 February 2018!
Season Four of our “research today!” seminars opens on 15 February 2018. If you haven’t been to one before, these are short presentations of emerging or new research in the Business School, followed by an informal discussion. They last an hour, they are happening every week from now until the end of term, and this season again has great talks with some exciting guests.