This virtual special issue includes research on the effects of crises, in particular the COVID-19 pandemic, on entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurial responses to deal with consequences of crises. This issue highlights how crises affect entrepreneurs’ well-being and reinforce the importance of agency of entrepreneurs and other citizens. The special issue also highlights the need for resilience; the ability of entrepreneurs, organizations, and economies to absorb and adapt to shocks; and how it can be strengthened. We discuss the importance of data in times of crisis and the greater need for engaged scholarship.
The article can be accessed here.
Batjargal, B., Jack, S., Mickiewicz, T., Stam, E., Stam, W., & Wennberg, K. (2023). Crises, Covid-19, and Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice.