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There is an extraordinary amount of research pertaining to social capital in the fields of management and entrepreneurship. This chapter explains that the features of cognitive social capital are relatively understudied compared to structural and relational social capital. In particular, it argues that how entrepreneurial newcomers negotiate status and power differentials in bridging network structures is unknown. Furthermore, this chapter explains that drawing on communication accommodation theory (CAT) might augment our understanding of cognitive social capital processes. The overview provides a brief explanation of the content of the book.
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