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Applying a community entrepreneurship development (CED) framework

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posted on 2023-05-19, 20:54 authored by Rajendra Adhikari, Lawrence Bonney, Megan WoodsMegan Woods, Clark, S, Coates, L, Andrew HarwoodAndrew Harwood, Eversole, R, Miles, MP
This article develops a community entrepreneurship development (CED) framework and illustrates its use in a case study of the current and potential value of agriculture to the Barossa Valley in South Australia. The CED offers a framework for rural regional development that both practitioners and policymakers can use to develop and leverage entrepreneurial competencies and other forms of community capital to foster entrepreneurship at the community level. It assesses the potential for leveraging Emery and Flora’s [(2006). Spiraling-up: Mapping community transformation with community capitals framework. Community Development, 37(1), 19–35] community capital framework to build entrepreneurship and innovation. The findings suggest that the success of firm-level entrepreneurship is often dependent upon leveraging the rural region’s idiosyncratic natural capitals with human and social/entrepreneurial capitals to result in community-level entrepreneurial market development initiatives.

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AgriFutures

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Publication title

Small Enterprise Research

Volume

25

Pagination

257-275

ISSN

1321-5906

Department/School

Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA)

Publisher

Routledge

Place of publication

Australia

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© 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group

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  • Open

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Management and productivity not elsewhere classified

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