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Hill, Inge; Elias, Sara; Dobson, Stephen and Jones, Paul (2024). Creative (and Cultural) Industry Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century - State of the Art. In: Hill, Inge; Elias, Sara; Dobson, Stephen and Jones, Paul eds. Creative (and Cultural) Industry Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century. Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research, 18A. Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 1–16.

Hill, Inge; Elias, Sara; Dobson, Stephen and Jones, Paul eds. (2024). Creative (and Cultural) Industry Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century. Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research, 18 Part A. Emerald Publishing Limited.

Jevnaker, Birgit Helene and Hill, Inge (2024). Heritage craft entrepreneuring in the wild: the role of entrepreneurial placemaking for rural development. In: Hill, Inge; Elias, Sara; Dobson, Stephen and Jones, Paul eds. Creative (and Cultural) Industry Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century. Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research, 18B. London: Emerald Publishing Limited (In Press), pp. 1–17.

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Hill, Inge (2023). What is most important when integrating ‘green skills’ and sustainability topics into learning and teaching strategies? Scholarship Centre for innovation in online Legal and Business education (SCiLAB), The Open University.

Velez‐Ospina, Jorge A.; Siepel, Josh; Hill, Inge and Rowe, Frances (2023). Determinants of rural creative microclustering: Evidence from web‐scraped data for England. Papers in Regional Science, 102(5) pp. 903–943.

Hill, Inge (2023). Researching entrepreneurship in creative industry sites [Video]. In Sage Research Methods ed. Sage Research Methods Sage Research Methods, SAGE.

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Velez-Ospina, Jorge; Siepel, Josh; Hill, Inge and Rowe, Frances (2022). How can policy makers help rural creative businesses contribute to Levelling Up? Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre, London.

Velez, Jorge; Siepel, Josh; Hill, Inge and Rowe, Frances (2022). Mapping and examining the determinants of England’s rural creative microclusters. National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise, Newcastle University., Newcastle.

Hill, Inge (2022). Capturing entrepreneurial practices' socio-materiality with ethnography-based research. In: Thompson, Neil; Byrne, Orla; Jenkins, Anne and Teague, Bruce eds. Research Handbook on Entrepreneurship as Practice. Handbooks of Business and Management Research as Practice series. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 266–280.

Mole, Kevin; Hill, Inge; Nguyen, Thao and Maioli, Sara (2022). Rural family businesses and exporting behaviour. In NICRE Research reports National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise, Newcastle University., Newcastle.

Lingham, Sophia; Hill, Inge and Manning, Louise (2022). Artisan food production: What makes food ‘artisan’? In: Dana, L.P.; Ramadani, V.; Palalic,, R. and Salamzadeh, A. eds. Artisan and Handicraft Entrepreneurs: Past, Present and Future. Contributions to Management Science. Springer, Cham, pp. 101–117.

Hill, Inge and Mole, Kevin (2022). Supporting rural businesses. NICRE State of the Art Reviews No. 4; In NICRE State of the Art Reviews No. 4 NICRE State of the Art Reviews No. 4, National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise, Newcastle University..

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Hill, Inge and Rowe, Frances (2021). Rural creative industries - an untapped potential for UK economic recovery. National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise, Newcastle University.

Hill, Inge; Manning, Louise and Frost, Richard (2021). Rural arts entrepreneurs’ placemaking - how entrepreneurial placemaking explains creative hub evolution during COVID-19 lockdown. Local Economy: The Journal of the Local Economy Policy Unit, 36(7-8) pp. 627–649.

Turner, M.; Phillipson, J.; Gorton, M.; Cowie, P.; Dwyer, J.; Goodwin-Hawkins, B.; Hill, I.; Mole, K.; Nguyen, T.; Roper, S.; Thompson-Glen, M.; Rowe, F.; Tocco, B. and Wishart, M. (2021). What is the contribution of rural enterprise to Levelling Up, and how can this be further enabled? Briefing Paper 1; National Innovation Centre for Rural Enterprise, Newcastle University.

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Hill, Inge and Scott, Jonathan M. (2020). Ethics and sustainability in business / for entrepreneurship. In: Deakins, David and Scott, Jonathan M. eds. Entrepreneurship: A contemporary & Global Approach. London: SAGE, pp. 200–227.

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Hill, Inge and Bass, Tina (2019). Pop-up shops for increasing employability and contributing to civil society in times of austerity. In: Diver, Alice ed. Employability via Higher Education: Sustainability as scholarship. Cham: Springer, pp. 415–428.

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Carey, Charlotte and Hill, Inge (2017). Mission, Structure, and Management of Social Entrepreneurial organizations. In: Centre for Social Innovation ed. Part II: The practice and Business Model of Social Enterprises. Sofia, Bulgaria: Centre for Social Innovation, Sofia University.

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Hill, Inge (2016). Selling a new service to prospective clients. Experiential Entrepreneurship Exercises Journal, 1(SI-ETC) pp. 38–40.

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Parsons, David; Hill, Inge; Holland, Jane and Willis, Dick (2012). Impact of teaching development programmes in higher education: literature review. Higher Education Academy Research Series; Higher Education Academy, York, UK.

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Strüder, Inge (2003). Self-Employed Turkish-Speaking Women in London: Opportunities and Constraints within and beyond the Ethnic Economy. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, 4(3) pp. 185–195.

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