What drives businesses and job opportunities in rural and urban areas?

Urbanisation, suburbanisation, rural depopulation and counter-urbanisation processes all impact on the development of new businesses and job opportunities in rural and urban areas. Yet socio-economic interrelations between rural, peri-urban and urban spaces and economic activities are highly complex. It is critical to understand how and under which rural-urban interactions can translate into a more balanced and more inclusive socioeconomic development.

On this page you will soon be able to find the latest news and research results regarding New Business Models and Labour Markets and their rural-urban dimension.

How will ROBUST deal with new business models and labour markets?

Karlheinz Knickel (PRAC), the leader of ROBUST's Community of Practice on new business models and labour markets, shares some details on the subject in an interview.

 

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News about Rural-Urban Europe and the ROBUST project is published regularly in the INFORMED CITIES newsletter.

ROBUST is a European research project involving 24 partners from 11 countries. ROBUST receives funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 727988.

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