Bringing the Knowledge Economy to Isolated and Rural Communities: Balancing Cultural and Economic Sustainability
This paper addresses issues of economic and cultural sustainability for communities that are rural, geographically disconnected and with predominantly indigenous populations.
||E-commerce, Information Technology, Rural Populations, Indigenous Populations, Economic Sustainability, Cultural Sustainability, Environmental Sustainability
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.135-140.
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Dr Bhagat has a Ph.D. in Marketing, with an MBA and Bachelor of Engineering. Research interests include interpersonal and cross-cultural relationships. Have several years of international business experience.
Dr. Dinero has a Ph.D. in Urban Planning from Rutgers University. His research interests include studying nomadic people such as the Bedouins in the Middle East/Israel and native Alaskans.
Dr Elizabeth Mariotz is the Assistant Professor of Fashion Merchandising and Retail Management. She has a B.S. from West Virginia University and M.Ed., Ed.D., Temple University. She has served in a senior capacity at Philadelphia University.
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