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This chapter is about the concept of local economic development with focus on some Hungarian examples. We know that local economic development should be realized bottom-up, but sometimes the local population and local businesses face various difficulties while they intend to encourage local developments even if they know the strengths and weaknesses of the settlement/region the best. However, this paper attempts to introduce some concrete examples for local economic development from thedoi:10.18531/studia.mundi.2016.03.01.95-107 fatcat:fiyskymdcjgtrephc3wz274e2e