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The first part of this book provides a literature review pertaining to entrepreneurial newcomers’ resource acquisition and their cognitive social capital when negotiating status and power differentials in bridging structures, but from a communication accommodation theory (CAT) perspective. By and large, the links between status and power and cognitive social capital are understudied. The second part of this book presents research findings to determine how entrepreneurial newcomers attune their cognition in bridging structures through communication accommodation. This chapter brings together the respective parts of the book and illuminates theoretical contributions. In addition, it addresses implications for policy and practice and identifies future research challenges.
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