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dc.contributor.authorCejudo García, Eugenio 
dc.contributor.authorCañete Pérez, José Antonio 
dc.contributor.authorNavarro Valverde, Francisco Antonio 
dc.contributor.authorRuiz Moya, Noelia
dc.identifier.citationCejudo García, E.; Cañete Pérez, J.A.; Navarro Valverde, F.; Ruiz Moya, N. Entrepreneurs and Territorial Diversity: Success and Failure in Andalusia 2007–2015. Land 2020, 9, 262. [doi:10.3390/land9080262]es_ES
dc.descriptionThis study was carried out as part of the research project entitled "Successes and failures in the practice of neo-endogenous rural development in the European Union (1991-2014)" funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness within its Excellence Programme, CSO2017-89657-P.es_ES
dc.description.abstractRural Europe today cannot be understood without considering the impact of the EU’s Liaisons Entre Actions de Developpement de l’Economie Rurale (LEADER) rural development programme. Although in general it has had a positive impact, research has also revealed spatial and social disparities in the distribution of funds. Our primary source was the files for all the LEADER projects processed in Andalusia between 2007 and 2015. In addition to successfully executed projects, we also focused on “unfunded” projects, those in which, although promoters had initiated the application procedure, a grant was never ultimately obtained. Project failure must be studied so as to avoid biased findings. We then classified these projects within the different types of rural area and analysed the behaviour of the different promoters in these areas. Relevant findings include: project success or failure varies according to the different types of rural area, as does the behaviour of the different promoters; the degree of rurality can hinder project success; young and female entrepreneurs were more likely to fail; the type of promoter is strongly influenced by the distance to cities in that companies and Individual Entrepreneurs tend to invest in periurban spaces, while public sector promoters such as Local Councils are more prominent in remote rural areases_ES
dc.description.sponsorshipSpanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness within its Excellence Programme CSO2017-89657-Pes_ES
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dc.subjectNeo-Endogenous Rural Developmentes_ES
dc.subjectLEADER approaches_ES
dc.subjectRural areases_ES
dc.subjectClassification and types of rural areases_ES
dc.subjectGood practiceses_ES
dc.subjectRural depopulation and aginges_ES
dc.subjectYoung and female entrepreneurses_ES
dc.subjectFunded and unfunded projectses_ES
dc.titleEntrepreneurs and Territorial Diversity: Success and Failure in Andalusia 2007–2015es_ES

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