Agricultural Economics Department

 

Date of this Version

February 2001

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Published in Cornhusker Economics. February 28, 2001. Produced by the Cooperative Extension, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

Abstract

Findings from a CARI study conducted in 1997 illustrated the importance of business development as a key component of community development. Sixty-five percent reported that the development of small businesses was a high priority. In fact, in communities of less than 500, 72% of the respondents indicated business development would be an effective strategy for their community. How we work with these businesses can determine the future of Nebraska’s communities.

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