Rural development through entrepreneurship
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Section I: Entrepreneurship and supporting institutions: an analytical approach
Section II: Country case studies
The successful development of a rural community based on entrepreneurship: Moy valley resources' role in assisting the development of entrepreneurship in a rural community related through a case study of the Easkey community1
Section III: Training approaches