Collective resource mobilisation for economic survival within the Turkish speaking communities in London

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Karan, Olgu;
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This study aims to generate insights into the business start-up and maintenance activities of Kurdish and Turkish business owners in catering and retail sectors in North London by utilizing a new theoretical approach influenced by Charles Tilly’s (1978) collective resou... View more
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