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Growing Rural Innovation-Based Economies: Kansas Opportunity Innovation Network (Part I: Case Study Overview & Part II: Special Report)


Date Published: February 2012


These reports highlight the efforts of work being done through the Kansas Opportunity Innovation Network (KOIN). KOIN is a joint initiative by Kansas State University’s Advanced Manufacturing Institute (an Economic Development Administration-designated University Center), the state’s Economic Development Districts, and other partners to increase the number of globally competitive products and services produced in Kansas rural communities.

Keywords: case study; rural

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