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Narratives of Enterprise
Crafting Entrepreneurial Self-identity in a Small Firm
Simon Down's timely ethnographic study takes a philosophically reflective and empirically detailed look at the way in which enterprising people use narrative resources to construct their identity as entrepreneurs. The book draws on a wide range of intellectual sources, from naturalistic philosophy and social-psychology to sociology and organisational theory.
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"'Writing about small firms all too often bores us with rather abstract survey-based data, irritates us with anecdotal snippets or frustrates us un-theorised and over-detailed descriptions. Simon Down not only avoids these problems, he delights us with a rich, detailed and entertaining account of life in a small firm. Above all, though, his account is informative and revealing, especially about the entrepreneurial aspects of small firm life and what this means for the people involved.' - Tony J. Watson, Nottingham University, UK"