David Robinson has again been published on the topic of economic development this time focused on how smaller communities can create jobs through the use of tourism and other economic development tactics that play on their regional strengths. Small Town Economic Development, published by McFarland Books, is a collection of recent articles by experts presents stories of small-town America’s struggle and describes innovations and practices behind successful revivals. David Robinson contributed an article entitled “Tourism Impacts Economic Development.” Mr. Robinson illustrates how tourism can be part but not all a rural community can do to provide an economic revival. Small Town Economic Development was edited by Joaquin Jay Gonzales, III, Roger L. Kemp and Jonathan Rosenthal, and it outlines a wide range of small community economic development strategies successfully at work. The book can be found at McFarland Books.
David Robinson Contributes Economic Development Chapter to “Small Town Economic Development” book.
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