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Introduction Challenges for the development of rural areas are, in large measure, linked to an increase in the significance of knowledge of management processes. As a result, knowledge becomes the driving force in regional and local development ( Cooke, Leydesdorff 2006 ; Stryjakiewicz et al. 2013 ). This increase in the significance of such knowledge poses a challenge for rural areas as their access to it is objectively weaker than that of the cities ( Czapiewski, Janc 2011 ). But at the same time, it creates an opportunity for them. The increased significance

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