Entrepreneuring, rurality and the role of space

The course contains:

• Rural entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship in the rural.
• Socio-spacial foundations of rural entrepreneurship.
• Rural community entrepreneurship
• Rural family entrepreneuring
• Rural tourism entrepreneurship
• Rural entrepreneurship, resilience, and transformation
• Application in relation to a planned or ongoing research project.

Course information

Number of credits

7.5 credits

Given by

Department of Organization and Entrepreneurship

Open to

Each student should be accepted as a doctoral student in Business Administration

Teaching language




Next course occasion

Fall 2022 - Spring 2023

Study rate, or the equivalent

studies at 25% pace