Rural entrepreneurship research: An integration into the entrepreneurship field
Rural entrepreneurship is one of the newest areas of research in the entrepreneurship field. It has become one of the significant supportive factors for rural economic development and agribusiness. This article defines rural entrepreneurship, integrates the current rural entrepreneurship research into an entrepreneurship typology, critiques current rural entrepreneurship research, analyzes data sources and research methods being used, and proposes future research questions in rural entrepreneurship.
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Volume (Year): 6 (1990)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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