Gary Bosworth

Professor

Research interests

My research focuses on rural and regional entrepreneurship and innovation.  I strive to understand how processes and patterns of entreprneurship are shaped by social, cultural and enviornmental characteristics in more rural and periheral regions. I firmly believe that the functions of rural businesses extend beyond the purely economic and that we must recognise their key roles as actors of both change and continuity across rural communities.  

ORCID

0000-0001-5381-4399

Organisational affiliations

Education/Academic qualification

  • PhD, Centre for Rural Economy

    Entrepreneurial in-migrants and economic development in rural England

    Sep 2005 - Jan 2009
  • MRes, Newcastle University

    Rural Social Sciences

    Sep 2004 - Sep 2005
  • MA (Hons), University of Cambridge

    Land Economy

    1998 - 2001