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Entrepreneurial Resilience

"Resilience has become a prevalent area of interest in management research and is emerging as a key concept in entrepreneurship research as well. Resilience is important for individuals in nearly all professions because the demands of work are increasingly experienced in other domains of life, such as family life (Kossek & Perrigino, 2016). ..." – By Robert Garrett and Lauren Zetteln

Equality of Treatment, Opportunity, and Outcomes: Mapping the Law

"The aim of this article is to provide an overview of what it may take to ensure non-discrimination as equality of treatment, while at the same time providing an overview of the many possibilities offered by legal instruments to go beyond strict equality of treatment, to ensure equality of opportunity and a reduction in outcomes gaps. A continuum of legislation is provided. ..." – By Alain Klarsfeld and Gaëlle Cachat-Rosset

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