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New entrepreneurship for leisure agencies


World Leisure and Recreation 31(2): 22-27
New entrepreneurship for leisure agencies
Human service organizations are being forced to take more risks and seek more opportunities. Entrepreneurship, by which creative people are encouraged to produce new services and new ways of paying for them, is becoming important to both the financial and psychological health of leisure agencies and industries.


Accession: 001893652

DOI: 10.1080/10261133.1989.10559068



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