Arctic Yearbook 2014 - Page 362

362 Arctic Yearbook 2014 resource enterprises (e.g. Suutarinen 2013: 334–335). The residents’ expectations that the state and regional government would offer subsidies to these new alternative industries in the same way that they have subsidized the main mining industry in the past, might continue related to alternative industries, such as tourism, which is seldom self-sustainable in peripheral communities (Carson & Carson 2011: 375). Path-dependency impacts on the alternative industries of resou