Rural innovation ecosystems and leading wellbeing

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Marshall, Alison; Murphy, David F.;

Innovation ecosystems are an emerging concept to describe place-based clusters of companies and other organisations, interacting for growth, development and sustainability, often focused around an ‘anchor institution’. Most successful examples operate in urban contexts.... View more
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