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Dr Gary Bosworth

Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Qualifications

  • PhD February 24 2009
  • MRes
  • MA (Hons)

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

My research focuses on rural and regional entrepreneurship and innovation.  I strive to understand how processes and patterns of entreprneurship are shaped by social, cultural and enviornmental characteristics in more rural and periheral regions. I firmly believe that the functions of rural businesses extend beyond the purely economic and that we must recognise their key roles as actors of both change and continuity across rural communities.  

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Applying Neo‐Endogenous Development Theory to Delivering Sustainable Local Nature Conservation, Marango, S., Bosworth, G., Curry, N. 8 Jul 2020, In: Sociologia Ruralis
  • Commercial Counterurbanisation, Bosworth, G., Bat Finke, H. 1 May 2020, In: Environment and Planning A
  • The impact of coastal flooding on agriculture, Gould, I., Wright, I., Collison, M., Ruto, E., Bosworth, G., Pearson, S. 19 Feb 2020, In: Land Degradation and Development
  • Rural social enterprise – Evidence to date, and a research agenda, Steiner, A., Farmer, J., Bosworth, G. 1 Aug 2019, In: Journal of Rural Studies
  • Economic linkages between urban and rural regions – what’s in it for the rural?, Bosworth, G., Venhorst, V. 3 Aug 2018, In: Regional Studies
  • Interrogating the meaning of a rural business through a rural capitals framework, Bosworth, G., Turner, R. 1 May 2018, In: Journal of Rural Studies
  • Rural development in the digital age, Salemink, K., Strijker, D., Bosworth, G. 1 Aug 2017, In: Journal of Rural Studies
  • The Community Reclaims Control? Learning Experiences from Rural Broadband Initiatives in the Netherlands, Salemink, K., Strijker, D., Bosworth, G. Dec 2017, In: Sociologia Ruralis
  • Empowering Local Action through Neo-Endogenous Development; The Case of LEADER in England, Bosworth, G., Annibal, I., Carroll, T., Price, L., Sellick, J., Shepherd, J. 1 Jul 2016, In: Sociologia Ruralis


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