Effects of structural, relational and cognitive social capital on resource acquisition : a study of entrepreneurs residing in multiply deprived areas. / Lee, Robert; Tuselmann, Heinz; Jayawarna, Dilani ; Rouse , Julia .

In: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, Vol. 31, No. 5-6, 2019, p. 534-554.

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Effects of structural, relational and cognitive social capital on resource acquisition : a study of entrepreneurs residing in multiply deprived areas. / Lee, Robert; Tuselmann, Heinz; Jayawarna, Dilani ; Rouse , Julia .

In: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, Vol. 31, No. 5-6, 2019, p. 534-554.

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Lee, Robert ; Tuselmann, Heinz ; Jayawarna, Dilani ; Rouse , Julia . / Effects of structural, relational and cognitive social capital on resource acquisition : a study of entrepreneurs residing in multiply deprived areas. In: Entrepreneurship and Regional Development. 2019 ; Vol. 31, No. 5-6. pp. 534-554.

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