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The Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship in Agriculture and Rural Development
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`The great strength of The Handbook of Research on Entrepreneurship in Agriculture and Rural Development is the breadth of topics covered. . . all researchers in the field of entrepreneurship will find an inspiring source of diverse analyses bundled in this book. Newcomers in this field may value the book for giving an orientation of the domain of entrepreneurial research.' -- Thomas Herzfeld, Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture `The Handbook presents studies on entrepreneurship within the agricultural industry and how farmers and others within the industry have had to adapt to market changes in recent years. . . This title will provide a lot of new information and intriguing facts for those interested in agricultural entrepreneurship.' -- Shannon Graff Hysell, American Reference Books Annual 2012 `The motivation for this book is well articulated by the editors in their excellent introduction. . . the editors deserve a lot of credit for drawing together different research domains on entrepreneurship in agriculture, food production and rural development. . . the Handbook gives a broad overview of the research going on in the field and because of the diverse nature of the contributions it also bundles a world of case studies and interesting literature sources. This makes it a must-read for everyone working in the field!' -- Jos Verstegen, European Review of Agricultural Economics
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Edited by Gry Agnete Alsos, Professor, Nord University Business School, Norway, Sara Carter, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship, University of Strathclyde Business School, UK and Visiting Professor, Nordland Research Institute, Elisabet Ljunggren, Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, Nord University, Norway and Friederike Welter, President and Managing Director, Institut fur Mittelstandsforschung (IfM) Bonn and Professor, University of Siegen, Germany
Contents: 1. Introduction: Researching Entrepreneurship in Agriculture and Rural Development Gry Agnete Alsos, Sara Carter, Elisabet Ljunggren and Friederike Welter PART I: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE FARMING SECTOR 2. The Development of New Ventures in Farm Businesses Richard Ferguson and Christer Olofsson 3. Pluriactivity, Entrepreneurship and Socio-economic Success of Farming Households Lasandahasi R. de Silva and Sarath S. Kodithuwakku 4. The Family Farm as a Premise for Entrepreneurship Anne Moxnes Jervell 5. Entrepreneurial Efforts and Change in Rural Firms: Three Case Studies of Farms Engaged in On-farm Diversification Jorunn Grande 6. Obstacles to the Development and Strategic Intentions of Forestry SMEs in Eastern Canada Etienne St-Jean, Luc LeBel and Josee Audet 7. Entrepreneurial Skills Among Farmers: Approaching a Policy Discourse Jarkko Pyysiainen, Darren Halpin and Kari Miko Vesala PART II: INNOVATIONS IN FOOD PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION 8. The Determinants of High-growth Entrepreneurship in the Scottish Food and Drink Cluster Ross Brown 9. Entrepreneurship First or Last? Biodynamic Enterprise in New Zealand Kate Lewis, Robyn Walker and Sue Cassells 10. Contextualising Business Model Development in Nordic Rural Gourmet Restaurants Magdalena Markowska, Roegnvaldur J. Saemundsson and Johan Wiklund 11. The Arkansas Delta Produce Marketing Association: Rural Entrepreneurship in the US Delta Region Kenneth L. Robinson, Edward Abrokwah, Iris Liang, Scott Sanders, Michael Wang and Kytson McNeil 12. Why do Farm Entrepreneurs Sell at Farmers' Markets? Insights from Norway Asbjorn Veidal and Ola Flaten 13. Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts? Online Latent and Untapped Outlets for Farmers' Markets in South East Wales David Pickernell, Christopher Miller, Julienne Senyard, Brychan Thomas and Richard Tunstall PART III: AGRICULTURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ITS SPATIAL CONTEXT 14. The Welfare Effect of Economic Diversity in Rural Regions: An Analysis of Dutch Municipalities Sierdjan Koster, Aleid E. Brouwer and Eveline S. van Leeuwen 15. Rural Enterprise and Neo-endogenous Development Jane Atterton, Robert Newbery, Gary Bosworth and Arthur Affleck 16. Agricultural and Forestry Entrepreneurship: Learning from the Experience of an Aboriginal Community in Canada Jean-Michel Beaudoin, Luc LeBel and Luc Bouthillier 17. The Entrepreneurial Farmer in Action: The Use of Different Forms of Capital Jane Glover Index