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The role of the state in the conditioning of rural areas.


The role of the state in the conditioning of rural areas.
The role of the state in the conditioning of rural areas.

Rafael Jimenez Mejías

Affiliation: Depto. de Economía y sociología de la CRIDA 03 (Zaragoza). Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias.

Biography: Not available

José L. Alejandre Gimeno

Affiliation: Depto. de Economía y sociología de la CRIDA 03 (Zaragoza). Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias.

Biography: Not available

Sara Zapatero Molinero

Affiliation: Depto. de Economía y sociología de la CRIDA 03 (Zaragoza). Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Agrarias.

Biography: Not available

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Rafael Jimenez Mejías; José L. Alejandre Gimeno; Sara Zapatero Molinero

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Publication year: 1976

Language: Spanish

Subjects: Economics

Collection: CRIDA Publications

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Rural areas have undergone very important changes in recent years that may compromise the future of large areas. Many areas have been emptied creating true human deserts; at the other extreme, a few cities grow incessantly and life in them becomes increasingly difficult. However, many reasons, among which we could cite, those of a strategic nature, quality of life, better use of natural resources and the high associated cost that these population movements entail, advise a better distribution of economic activity in the country.

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Physical Description : 20 pp. 24x17; il.

Publication: Zaragoza : National Institute of Agrarian Research., 1976

Reference INIA: CRIDA12

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