in the towns, and this project aimed to work with local government in the villages to foster new businesses in the countryside. A feature of its success was that it was built upon the same core principles
as those outlined by Gibson (1997). However, it is concluded that the role of local government as an umbrella structure for those entities, and a source of supplementary support, was also a necessary ingredient
in that success, within the context of rural Poland.
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