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Mastering Brexits Through The Ages By Nigel Culkin

Mastering Brexits Through The Ages

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A pragmatic analysis of the challenges a post-Brexit world offers for the small business community. This book combines historical insights and economic theory to give practical tools that can help identify the way forward for entrepreneurs and SMEs.

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Mastering Brexits Through The Ages: Entrepreneurial Innovators and Small Firms - The Catalysts for Success by Nigel Culkin

Brexit is arguably the most significant UK foreign and economic policy event since at least 1945. Opinion is bitterly divided between whether to leave, when to leave, how to leave and even on what Brexit is. Mastering Brexits Through the Ages: Entrepreneurial Innovators and Small Firms - The Catalysts for Success explores these dynamics through the lens of three previous 'Brexits' - the end of Roman Britain, the Henrician Reformation, and the Elizabethan age. Using multiple historical epithets, it illuminates insights into innovation needs, smaller firm growth, previous step change events and related economic understanding. This book paints a broad picture of possible UK post-Brexit landscapes. Echoing an earlier European Treaty (Versailles, 1919), fourteen action points that can contribute to mitigating downside risks and making post Brexit UK a leading force in the Global Economy are identified. At all times, dynamic entrepreneurs and small companies are at the centre of the narrative. This book is both a key contribution to understanding implementation risks and to identifying what a 'winning' post-Brexit UK economy should look like. Drawing on extensive research, the book identifies the strategic framework and associated practical measures needed to realise a positive outcome. It concurrently analyses Brexit mythology through carefully unpicking and demystifying complexities, anticipated Brexit risks, impacts, implications and unknowns. A book for academics, policy makers, advisers and interested bystanders alike.

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The authors use previous historical events to understand future challenges in the UK after Brexit, by examining three previous "Brexits" as moments of change: the end of Roman Britain, the Henrician Reformation, and the Elizabethan Settlement. They identify 14 propositions to change frameworks to drive success and make the UK the number one innovative economy globally in a Brexit context, derived from past experience and Brexits and combined with today's landscape. They discuss the current landscape of the UK; critical factors key to the success or failure of the domestic economy based on analysis of the outcomes and consequences of the three previous Brexits; the role of smaller firms in innovation and success; the impact of Brexits on various industries, and its risks; various perspectives on Brexit; and actions for coping with Brexit shocks. -- Annotation (c)2018 * ( *

About Nigel Culkin

Nigel Culkin is Professor of Enterprise and Entrepreneurial Development at the University of Hertfordshire. He has published widely in the areas of small business leadership, entrepreneurial universities, graduate entrepreneurship and the creative industries, as well as completing projects for UK and overseas government agencies, large multinational organisations and Research Councils. In 2014, he was elected to the post of President at the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE); and, in 2015, was invited to join the prestigious Peer Review College at the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Nigel is a regular attendee at the UNCTAD Expert Meeting on entrepreneurship and building productive capacities, held in Geneva.Richard Simmons is an economist with enduring expertise in SMEs as innovation engines. Richard has a strong belief in market solutions, with interests in growth processes, ethical financing and dynamic (including monetary) equilibrium in an entrepreneurially driven and financially sophisticated world. Formerly holding senior regional and global management roles in various leading-edge high technology and medical device firms, Richard has lived and worked globally. He now advises a senior global investor based in Riyadh.

Table of Contents

Preface Chapter 1. Today's Landscape Chapter 2. Brexit Paradigms Chapter 3. Smaller Firms: Engines of Innovation Chapter 4. Shocks Revisited Chapter 5. The Conventional Wisdom Chapter 6. Our Assumptions Chapter 7. Coping With A Brexit Shock 98 Chapter 8. Epilogue - Unlocking Our Potential

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Mastering Brexits Through The Ages: Entrepreneurial Innovators and Small Firms - The Catalysts for Success by Nigel Culkin
Nigel Culkin
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