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Tom Beckley David Bruce Omer Chouinard Ivan Emke Greg Halseth Bruno Jean Patrice LeBlanc Dianne Looker. Diane Martz Solange Nadeau John Parkins Steve Plante Doug Ramsey Richard Stedman Ellen Wall Derek Wilkinson Anna Woodrow. The New Rural Economy Project. Bill Reimer

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the new rural economy project

Tom Beckley

David Bruce

Omer Chouinard

Ivan Emke

Greg Halseth

Bruno Jean

Patrice LeBlanc

Dianne Looker

Diane Martz

Solange Nadeau

John Parkins

Steve Plante

Doug Ramsey

Richard Stedman

Ellen Wall

Derek Wilkinson

Anna Woodrow

The New Rural Economy Project

Bill Reimer

bill.reimer@concordia.ca

2006/05/10

http://nre.concordia.ca

nre the rural observatory
NRE…The Rural Observatory

…an International Network

observations 1
Observations - 1
  • Rural Canada is diverse
  • Primary industries are shedding labour
  • Manufacturing and services competitive
  • Industry has concentrated
  • Environment more important
  • Knowledge-intensive employment growing
  • Price of communication and transportation is falling; moving people increasing
observations 2
Observations - 2
  • Youth leaving, families returning
  • Government services more regional
  • Rural aging fastest
  • Rural perceived as safe
  • Immigration strong
  • Local capacity is critical
  • Rural and urban Canada are interdependent
slide6

Context: Institutions and Entitlements

PROCESSES

Bureaucratic

Communal

Market

Associative

OUTCOMES

  • Economic wealth
  • Social and political inclusion
  • Social Cohesion
  • Environmental security
  • Social and self-worth
  • Health
  • Personal Security

ASSETS and LIABILITIES

  • Economic Capital
  • Human Skills and Abilities
  • Social Capital
  • Natural Resources

outcomes can become new assets and liabilities

slide7

Context: Institutions and Entitlements

PROCESSES

Bureaucratic

Communal

Market

Associative

OUTCOMES

  • Economic wealth
  • Social and political inclusion
  • Social Cohesion
  • Environmental security
  • Social and self-worth
  • Health
  • Personal Security

ASSETS and LIABILITIES

  • Economic Capital
  • Human Skills and Abilities
  • Social Capital
  • Natural Resources

outcomes can become new assets and liabilities

capacity findings
Capacity Findings
  • Capacity-building is complex and dynamic
  • Some policies don’t scale
  • Innovations abound
  • Context modifies effects
  • Challenges remain
implications
Implications
  • Rural-urban alliances are strategic
  • Concordia is well placed
    • Rural-urban intersection
    • Record of high quality research
    • Record of community and policy relevance
    • Resources for economic and community development
    • Funders with rural links
the new rural economy project1

The New Rural Economy Project

Bill Reimer

bill.reimer@concordia.ca

2006/05/10

http://nre.concordia.ca