|Appears in Collections:||Communications, Media and Culture Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Developing the rural creative economy 'from below': exploring practices of market-building amongst creative entrepreneurs in rural and remote Scotland|
|Citation:||Munro E (2016) Developing the rural creative economy 'from below': exploring practices of market-building amongst creative entrepreneurs in rural and remote Scotland, M/C Journal, 19 (3).|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: This paper is concerned with recent attempts to develop the creative economy in rural Scotland. Research shows that the creative economy is far from self-organising, and that an appropriate institutional landscape is important to its development (Andersson and Henrekson). In Scotland, there is a proliferation of support mechanisms – from those designed to help creative entrepreneurs improve their business, management, or technical expertise, to infrastructure projects, to collective capacity-building. In rural Scotland, this support landscape is particularly cluttered. This article tackles the question: How do rural creative entrepreneurs negotiate this complex funding and support landscape, and how do they aid the development of the rural creative economy ‘from below’?|
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