The Rural Enterprise Economy: Conclusions and implications

Birgit Leick, Teemu Makkonen, Susanne Gretzinger

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Enterprises located in rural regions face various challenges in the globalised and digitised world. This book offers comprehensive answers to the question of what makes up the rural enterprise economy in the contemporary business world. It addresses the competitiveness and viability, strategic management and strategic change, and marketing issues for both incumbent and start-up companies in rural regions. The book presents new concepts that shed light on the rural enterprise economy with its entrepreneurs. With a broad range of cases from European regions, the book provides theoretical insights for scholars, practical case-based evidence for lecturers and teachers, and practical knowledge for business practitioners and planning specialists. Academic experts from European universities and research institutes provide compelling answers to this under-researched topic in business studies and economics.
This concluding chapter summarises the key lessons learnt about the ‘rural enterprise economy’ and provides avenues for future research. In addition, it presents important implications for policy-makers and practitioners committed to rural economic development and rural enterprises.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelThe Rural Enterprise Economy
RedaktørerBirgit Leick, Teemu Makkonen, Susanne Gretzinger
ForlagRoutledge
Publikationsdato20. apr. 2021
Sider10
Kapitel16
StatusUdgivet - 20. apr. 2021

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