Entrepreneurship and community development: a fallacy from Central Mexico

Vilalta-perdomo, Eliseo Luis and Montaudon-Tomas, Cynthia (2010) Entrepreneurship and community development: a fallacy from Central Mexico. In: INFORMS 2010 Annual Meeting, 7-10 November 2010, Austin, TX.

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Abstract

To consider entrepreneurship as a dynamo for economic development is challenged throughout this work done in central Mexico. Two programs from different rural communities in Guanajuato are studied. Probably the most promising finding is to recognize that individual economic development and community social development are not linked. A proposal to increase quality of life in rural communities is presented. It is centered on creating and maintaining self-organized web-based networks

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Presentation)
Additional Information:To consider entrepreneurship as a dynamo for economic development is challenged throughout this work done in central Mexico. Two programs from different rural communities in Guanajuato are studied. Probably the most promising finding is to recognize that individual economic development and community social development are not linked. A proposal to increase quality of life in rural communities is presented. It is centered on creating and maintaining self-organized web-based networks
Keywords:Entrepreneurship, public policy, community development, Self-organisation
Subjects:L Social studies > L430 Public Policy
G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G200 Operational Research
N Business and Administrative studies > N100 Business studies
Divisions:College of Social Science > Lincoln Business School
ID Code:4701
Deposited By: Eliseo Luis Vilalta-perdomo
Deposited On:06 Oct 2011 19:33
Last Modified:06 Oct 2011 19:33

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