2 edition of Structural change in Europe"s rural regions found in the catalog.
Structural change in Europe"s rural regions
by Leibniz-Institut für Agrarentwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa in Halle (Salle)
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Gertrud Buchenrieder and Judith Möllers.|
|Series||Studies on the agricultural and food sector in Central and Eastern Europe -- v. 49|
|Contributions||Buchenrieder, Gertrud., Möllers, Judith., Leibniz-Institut für Agrarentwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa., International Conference of Agricultural Economists (27th : 2009 : Beijing, China)|
|LC Classifications||HD1920.7 .S77 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 160 p. :|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2009494166|
History of Europe - History of Europe - The Middle Ages: The period of European history extending from about to – ce is traditionally known as the Middle Ages. The term was first used by 15th-century scholars to designate the period between their own time and the fall of the Western Roman Empire. The period is often considered to have its own internal divisions: either early and. COLLECTION OF PAPERS NO 57 () The Integration of rural regions consequences of a currently weakened structural change of the agricultural sector are hidden (Borsig/Kriszan ). Figure 2: Powiat Złotów, Poland The Złotów district is located in the north-west of Poland, in the northern part of Wielkopolska Voivodship.
Introduction I Process of development involves structural changes I resource reallocation from agriculture to the non-agricultural sectors I And has distributional implications I shrinking agricultural sector is primarily rural I urban areas have comparative advantage in expanding sectors I process requires workers to change occupations. The conclusions are drawn from experiences with impact assessment of respective support schemes co- financed by EU structural funds in the two different types of rural areas during the previous phase with a view to the next phase of the reform of the EU structural funds Helmut Schrader Situation in rural areas of Cited by:
Importance of Rural Areas and the Regional Profiles of EU Member States -Towns and suburbs with intermediate density. The rural population, on the other hand, refers to the number of people dwelling in these rural regions. As a percentage, the rural population is the difference between the total population and the urban population expressed as a proportion of the total population. Global population trends have been changing over time, with the urban population Author: Jessica Dillinger.
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Structural change in agriculture1, let alone in rural economies, is a complex phenomenon. Structural change affects rural livelihoods through changes in agricultural productivity and profitability, and in wider rural labour markets. There is little consensus on how to judge structural change. For instance.
Challenges and Opportunities of Structurally Weak Rural Regions in Europe not to change, existing assets. This would mean that social enterprises in turally weak rural regions in Europe and to elucidate the specific potentials of social entrepre-neurship for the development of innovative solutions.
This book will be helpful to anyone wishing to understand how rural regions are changing in a globalised world, and what scope remains for agency and reflexivity on the part of rural residents.’ Mark Shucksmith OBE, Newcastle University, UK ’If you are interested in the complex realities of globalisation in rural Europe, this is the volume.
This book makes a compelling case for reintegrating structural issues into agricultural and rural development policies, which have for the last 30 years over-focused on short-term issues.
It shows how the liberalization of agriculture in many late developing countries has not in fact led to the development of the vibrant rural non-farm economy.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: winning and losing in Europe's rural areas / Doris Schmied Employment restructuring in rural areas / Anne Green Agriculture on the verge of the 21[superscript st] century: the challenge of coming to terms with the environment / Maryvonne Bodiguel Structural Structural change in Europes rural regions book and rural change revisited: challenges for late developing countries in a globalizing world / by Bruno Losch, Sandrine Fréguin-Gresh, and Eric Thomas White.
Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN File Size: 7MB. Policy rief Shrinking Rural Regions in Europe. Byjust over 40% of European regions were experi- Population change in predominantly rural regions, - k ala cores P uyane R aeira P ayoe R Reunion R anarias ES iechensein ariniue R uaeloupe R Rural population change Policy Brief // Shrinking Rural Regions in Europe.
The regional policy of the European Union (EU), also referred as Cohesion Policy, is a policy with the stated aim of improving the economic well-being of regions in the EU and also to avoid regional disparities. More than one third of the EU's budget is devoted to this policy, which aims to remove economic, social and territorial disparities across the EU, restructure declining industrial.
Structural Transformation and Rural Change Revisited—Challenges for Late Developing Countries in a Globalizing World is an extremely thorough and important contribution to this renewal of. Rural Development In Europe. November structured by regions and territories, of rural areas and their different potentials and opportunities, for the development of smart villages.
Challenges and Opportunities of Structurally Weak Rural Regions in Europe Social Innovations and Social Enterprises Acting Under Adverse Conditions ecember inclined to preserve, not to change, existing assets.
This would mean that social enterprises in rural regions have to act in very different ways under adverse conditions. A new typology of European Rural and Intermediate regions. FebruaryNordregio, Stockholm Drivers and processes of rural change across the EU: The EDORA Project Common combinations of D-P and Structural Types regions.
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Format: Unknown Binding, Import, Structural change in the rural economy is associated with changes in the character and configuration of rural social capital which are linked in complex ways to rural governance. This renewal of social capital has many and varied impacts upon the capacity of rural areas to respond to new opportunities for development.
iii. Policy Processes. Structural policies and depopulated areas in Europe Speech by Guy Crauser, European Commission, Director General for Regional Policy Depopulation seminar, 13 JuneLycksele, Sweden State Secretary, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very pleased to have this opportunity to discuss the issue of depopulated areas in Europe with you here in Size: 26KB.
/ - The main purpose of this research was to construct a multi-dimensional (composite) index measuring the overall level of rural development and quality of life in individual rural regions of a given EU country.
In the Rural Development Index (RDI) the rural development domains are represented by hundreds of partial socio-economic, environmental, infrastructural and administrative.
search for adequate strategies to promote structural change and catching up. 4 For other details on the recent literature about early de-industrialization, see Rowthorn and Wells (), Rowthorn and Ramaswany () and Palma ().
products in the EU has in many cases contributed to rural development, even though the experience differ a lot between different regions and products.
It also concludes that protection under Regulation /92 is necessary in order for the benefits stemming from GI production to benefit the rightful producers and regions. The literature on rural to urban migration is vast, but it focuses on Recognizing and identifying a key dimension of structural change in agriculture caused by out-migration, identified as the factors of importance for structural changes in studied regions.
Downloadable. It is often assumed that a transition to a low-carbon future will have highly disruptive and potentially devastating effects on coal regions and their communities. However, evidence from the experience of industrial decline and attempted renewal in Europe’s old industrial regions demonstrates that successful regional transition is—while not inevitable—indeed by: 6.
In many respects this concern with rural regions sets the EU apart and hints at the central importance of a diversity of cultures and societies that is a key component of the EU’s : David Meredith.We have dubbed this winnowing of Europe’s people and capital into rich and poor regions the ‘big European sort’, as a nod to Bill Bishop’s book about population movements and political polarisation in the United States.2 He argues that more highly educated, liberal and often younger people, and less-educated, conservative and older.
The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) analyses economic, social and political processes of change in the agricultural and food sector, and in rural areas.
The geographic focus covers the enlarging EU, transition regions of Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe, as well as Central and Eastern Asia.