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by Scott Loveridge,Peter V. Schaeffer


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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Small Town and Rural Economic Development: A Case Studies Approach. -Journal of the Community Development Society. PETER V. SCHAEFFER is Director of the Division of Resource Management and Professor of Resource Economics at West Virginia University.

S Loveridge, D Nizalov. Economic Development Quarterly 21 (3), 244-262, 2007. Spatial econometrics: the web book of regional science. Small town and rural economic development: A case studies approach. PV Schaeffer, S Loveridge. Greenwood Publishing Group, 2000. Local economic impacts of tribal casinos: The Minnesota case. T Gabe, J Kinsey, S Loveridge.

Scott Loveridge and Peter V. Schaeffer. The case study approach of this book provides examples of what others have done in small town and rural development, and the opportunity to reflect on how strategies they have pursued might be adapted for use elsewhere

Scott Loveridge and Peter V. The case study approach of this book provides examples of what others have done in small town and rural development, and the opportunity to reflect on how strategies they have pursued might be adapted for use elsewhere. Terms such as "rural areas" can easily mislead us into thinking of rural regions as homogeneous places. This collection reflects the diversity of rural areas and presents case.

Peter V. Schaeffer, Scott Loveridge

Peter V. Schaeffer, Scott Loveridge. Appreciating the diversity of rural areas, this book presents case studies from different industries, regions, and cultures, providing examples of the activity in small town and rural development, and reflecting on how these strategies might be pursued elsewhere. This collection provides examples of communities that have attempted to affect their future. Telling the stories of small towns that do not attract the attention of national media, this book celebrates the success, creativity, and vision of rural residents.

Economic development is for many communities and policy makers a familiar and worthy goal, but sadly, it can also be. .

Economic development is for many communities and policy makers a familiar and worthy goal, but sadly, it can also be an elusive goal. Familiar, because the standard by which many policy makers and their advisors are evaluated is their ability to attract industries and firms, to create jobs, and otherwise to expand the capacity and economic base of a community. The collected case studies in this book offer more than 30 examples of programs and policies enacted in the pursuit of economic progress across various small towns and rural communities.

Economic literature: papers, articles, software, chapters, books. Lawrence W. Libby, 2002. Schaeffer, Peter . and Scott Loveridge, eds. Handle: RePEc:oup:ajagec:v:84:y:2002:i:2:p:539-540. as. HTML HTML with abstract plain text plain text with abstract BibTeX RIS (EndNote, RefMan, ProCite) ReDIF JSON.

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Similar to large cities, rural towns have undergone dramatic change since mid-century. The decline in retailing, changes in manufacturing, and jobs moving abroad have had a tremendous impact. Yet while rural and industrial areas have similar concerns about adjusting to a changing economy, successful urban strategies cannot be blindly transferred to rural areas. Nor can rural areas be considered homogeneous. They differ in ethnic makeup, industrial structure, topography, and natural and human resources. Appreciating the diversity of rural areas, this book presents case studies from different industries, regions, and cultures, providing examples of the activity in small town and rural development, and reflecting on how these strategies might be pursued elsewhere.

This collection provides examples of communities that have attempted to affect their future. Telling the stories of small towns that do not attract the attention of national media, this book celebrates the success, creativity, and vision of rural residents. Also included are examples of less effective rural development initiatives, which can be lessons to analyze and avoid mistakes. Ultimately, what is best in small town and rural development is the result of community engagement. This volume will help people to begin, or strengthen, that process of engagement.

Small Town and Rural Economic Development: A Case Studies Approach epub download

ISBN13: 978-0275965761

ISBN: 0275965767

Author: Scott Loveridge,Peter V. Schaeffer

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Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Praeger (April 30, 2000)

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