Conceptual foundations of economic research in rural studies: a proceedings Public Deposited

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  • The papers in this collection grew out of an organized symposium at the 1998 meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association: "Conceptual Foundations of Economic Research in Rural Studies." The symposium was organized to provide a forum for discussion of the new frameworks of rural capital and economic geography, to expand their boundaries, and to stimulate additional economic research on rural areas. In these papers, agricultural economists who have been in the forefront, challenging and developing these frameworks as they apply to the study of rural places, provide a review and assessment of the concepts and suggest the kind of work that will be needed to bring the ideas to their full potential in understanding and guiding rural economic change.
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  • description.provenance : Approved for entry into archive by Linda Kathman(linda.kathman@oregonstate.edu) on 2009-04-08T15:41:33Z (GMT) No. of bitstreams: 4 Conceptual Foundations of Economic Research in Rural Studies_a proceedings.pdf: 1564160 bytes, checksum: 16223bb79a59dda5666ff615f6a919c5 (MD5) Economics of Rural Areas_Rural Capital, Capital Immobility, and Path Dependence.pdf: 1570831 bytes, checksum: 8064e9dde0c2bced12c9bf2839d8b9c9 (MD5) New Economic Geography for Low Density Places_Insights from Kaldor and Lancaster.pdf: 1570882 bytes, checksum: 90d084b73dc9536b070f08dbee56996e (MD5) Rural Development, The Thunen Paradigm and the Death of Distance_Does Space Still Matter.pdf: 1570634 bytes, checksum: 3739efe5b8b84fc1eb3872de14014c68 (MD5)
  • description.provenance : Made available in DSpace on 2009-04-08T15:41:33Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 4 Conceptual Foundations of Economic Research in Rural Studies_a proceedings.pdf: 1564160 bytes, checksum: 16223bb79a59dda5666ff615f6a919c5 (MD5) Economics of Rural Areas_Rural Capital, Capital Immobility, and Path Dependence.pdf: 1570831 bytes, checksum: 8064e9dde0c2bced12c9bf2839d8b9c9 (MD5) New Economic Geography for Low Density Places_Insights from Kaldor and Lancaster.pdf: 1570882 bytes, checksum: 90d084b73dc9536b070f08dbee56996e (MD5) Rural Development, The Thunen Paradigm and the Death of Distance_Does Space Still Matter.pdf: 1570634 bytes, checksum: 3739efe5b8b84fc1eb3872de14014c68 (MD5) Previous issue date: 1999-01
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