Resilience, Crisis and Innovation Dynamics, edited by Tüzin Baycan and Hugo Pinto (2018), Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 354pp., hardback £110, ISBN: 978-1-78643-218-6
By Adrian Healy
Since the financial crash of 2007/08, there has been a burgeoning interest amongst academics and policy makers alike in why some economies prove to be more resilient to shocks and crises than others. This has led to a rapidly expanding literature exploring both the concept of economic resilience (see Martin and Sunley, 2016) as well as reporting the findings of various studies seeking to identify what factors confer greater levels of resilience to particular shocks.
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Prometheus: Critical Studies in Innovation
Volume 36, Issue 2
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