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Dias, Á., Patuleia, M. &  Dutschke, Georg (2019). Shared Value Creation, Creative Tourism and Local Communities Development: The Role of Cooperation as an Antecedent. Revista Portuguesa de Estudos Regionais. 51, 10-25
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Á. D. Dias et al.,  "Shared Value Creation, Creative Tourism and Local Communities Development: The Role of Cooperation as an Antecedent", in Revista Portuguesa de Estudos Regionais, no. 51, pp. 10-25, 2019
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@article{dias2019_1657099287252,
	author = "Dias, Á. and Patuleia, M. and  Dutschke, Georg",
	title = "Shared Value Creation, Creative Tourism and Local Communities Development: The Role of Cooperation as an Antecedent",
	journal = "Revista Portuguesa de Estudos Regionais",
	year = "2019",
	volume = "",
	number = "51",
	pages = "10-25"
}
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TY  - JOUR
TI  - Shared Value Creation, Creative Tourism and Local Communities Development: The Role of Cooperation as an Antecedent
T2  - Revista Portuguesa de Estudos Regionais
IS  - 51
AU  - Dias, Á.
AU  - Patuleia, M.
AU  -  Dutschke, Georg
PY  - 2019
SP  - 10-25
SN  - 1645-586X
AB  - The link between local value creation through creative tourism and local development isn´t
completely understood in the literature. Specifically it is unclear how creative tourism is developed
in the context of rural communities with few resources and without a clear view of the path to value creation. This research analyses cooperation as an antecedent to value creation, in the context of creative tourism, based on five cases collected in five countries through in-depth interviews with local stakeholders. Results show that communities are able to recognize their potentialities and to cooperate to create value, however they are unable by themselves to overcome barriers to entrepreneurial behaviour. Results highlight the role of external entities: consensus facilitator, guidance
and access to technical and financial resources.
ER  -