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Author: Aleksey Hovakimyan
ISBN13: 978-3639277029
Title: Rural Clusters and Structural Transformation: An Exploratory Case Study in Armenia
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Publisher: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller (August 4, 2010)
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Rural Clusters and Structural Transformation: An Exploratory Case Study in Armenia by Aleksey Hovakimyan



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Rural Clusters: Promoting Structural Transformation in Armenia. As a result, this exploratory case study concludes with a proposition that clusters can be viewed as a way to overcome mini-economy effect in the context of Armenia, so that rural clusters unify separated economic potential in rural areas and promote regional development, which will transform the country’s economy in the long run (structural transformation).

или. Книгу Rural Clusters and Structural Transformation, автора Aleksey Hovakimyan.

Today we will focus on exploratory case studies that answer the question how and why a definite event has happened.

THE INPATRIATE EXPERIENCE IN MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS: AN EXPLORATORY CASE STUDY IN GERMANY B. Sebastian Reiche Version January 2006 Published in International Journal of Human Resource Management.

This thesis is concerned with social policy during structural transformation, focusing on the case of Ethiopia. The purpose of this thesis was to investigate the possibility of application of the cluster based rural development approach in Armenia to promote its structural transformation.

Streb, Christoph K. "Exploratory Case Study.

This study provides a comparative analysis of seven cases of social entrepreneurship that have been widely recognized as successful.

The present study sought to identify rural clusters in Northeast Brazil. Transformation of an environment composed of rural and urban settings contributes to hindering even further the conception of the former, given the intensification of relationships with the latter and the consequent structural transformation of production and even worker profile

Development economists consider structural transformation as a key process for the long-term progress in developing countries. The cluster concept, generally a geographic one, became dominant in the field of regional economics and economic geography since early 1990s. However, very little academic literature exists that directly tie promotion of structural transformation with rural cluster formation in developing economies. This book, therefore, tries to do so through exploratory case study, which dimensions are space (cluster concept), time (structural transformation) and levels of change (macro-meso-micro). Based on theoretical and methodological frameworks, the analysis reveals ?minimal production - ensured consumption? livelihood strategy of rural households, as I named it. Livelihood diversification is of subsistence and defensive character, and rural clusters are viewed as a way to overcome the mini-economy effect (in the context of Armenia), driving structural change ? development of rural farm and non-farm economies. The book should be especially useful to students, development researchers and practitioners, or anyone else who is interested in rural/economic development.