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Autor
Björklund Jennie Cederholm (The Rural Economy and Agricultural Society, Sweden)
Tytuł
Barriers to Sustainable Business Model Innovation in Swedish Agriculture
Źródło
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2018, vol. 14, nr 1, s. 65-90, rys., tab., bibliogr. s. 85-89
Tytuł własny numeru
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Psychological Traits as Factors Influencing Productivity
Słowa kluczowe
Modele biznesowe, Rolnictwo, Innowacje, Bariery innowacyjności, Rozwój zrównoważony, Przedsiębiorczość
Business models, Agriculture, Innovations, Innovativenesss barriers, Sustainable development, Entrepreneurship
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: O31, Q55, Q22
streszcz., summ.
Kraj/Region
Szwecja
Sweden
Abstrakt
W ostatnich latach szwedzkie rolnictwo stanęło w obliczu wielu wyzwań. Do najpoważniejszych z nich należy spadek liczby małych i średnich gospodarstw rolnych, spadek liczby osób zatrudnionych w działalności rolniczej oraz wzrost regulacji rządowych i prawodawstwa regulującego taką działalność. Jednocześnie wzrosło zapotrzebowanie rolnictwa na zrównoważony rozwój społeczny i ekologiczny. Chociaż badania pokazują, że innowacyjne modele biznesu zrównoważonego (SBMI) mają wpływ na powstawanie zrównoważonych firm i do rozwoju zrównoważonego społeczeństwa, w szwedzkim rolnictwie stosowanie tychże modeli należy do rzadkości. Celem tego artykułu jest zbadanie barier dla wykorzystania SBMI w szwedzkim rolnictwie. To jakościowe badanie jest zgodne z metodologią Gioia, a dane do analizy zostały zebrane w częściowo ustrukturyzowanych wywiadach z przedsiębiorcami z sześciu gospodarstw rodzinnych w Szwecji. Artykuł stanowi teoretyczny wkład w badania nad SBMI, koncentrując się na zrównoważonej przedsiębiorczości w szwedzkim rolnictwie. W artykule zidentyfikowano zewnętrzne, wewnętrzne i kontekstowe bariery dla SBMI, gdzie wewnętrzne są największe i stanowiące największe wyzwanie. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Sweden's agriculture industry has faced many challenges in recent years. Among the most severe challenges are the decrease in the number of small and medium-sized farms, the decrease in the number of people employed in agricultural activities, and the increase in governmental regulations and legislation governing such activities. At the same time, the demand that agriculture contributes to sustainable social and ecological development has increased. Although research shows that sustainable business model innovation (SBMI) contributes to the creation of sustainable businesses and to the development of a sustainable society, Swedish agriculture has not been at the forefront in the use of SBMI. The purpose of this paper is to examine the barriers to SBMI in Swedish agriculture in order to understand why farmers seldom engage in SBMI. This qualitative study follows the Gioia methodology and data for the analysis were acquired in semi-structured interviews with entrepreneurs at six family farms in Sweden. The paper makes a theoretical contribution to the research on SBMI with its focus on sustainable entrepreneurship in the Swedish agricultural industry. The paper concludes that the barriers to SBMI are external, internal, and contextual. (original abstract)
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Język
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URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.7341/20181414
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