+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

2. Rural transformation in Eastern Europe since World War II



2. Rural transformation in Eastern Europe since World War II



The process of rural transformation: Eastern Europe, Latin America and Australia: 21-41



This chapter outlines the major characteristics of the rural transformation in Eastern Europe since 1945. Important trends within the whole area are analyzed, but specific examples are drawn primarily from the countries of southeastern Europe - countries in which rural transformation has been especially profound. As part of the transformation, important structural changes occurred in agricultural production as well as in the traditional rural functions.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 000803565

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

5. Economic aspects of rural transformation in Eastern Europe. The process of rural transformation: Eastern Europe, Latin America and Australia: 89-127, 1980

The process of rural transformation. Eastern Europe, Latin America and Australia. The process of rural transformation Eastern Europe, Latin America and Australia: 347, 1980

Rural Diversification in Eastern Europe || Rural diversification and socio-economic transformation in Croatia. GeoJournal 46(3): 263-269, 1998

The Changing Meaning of Place in Post-Socialist Eastern Europe: Commodification, Perception and Environment || Transformation and Space in Central and Eastern Europe. Geographical Journal 165(2): 135-144, 1999

Human Resources of Eastern Europe || Socioeconomic transformation in rural Romania through the eyes of experts: Demographic and social issues. Geojournal 50(2-3): 151-155, 2000

Rural Diversification in Eastern Europe || Transformation of a border region: dispersed agricultural communities in Brasov County, Romania. GeoJournal 46(3): 305-317, 1998

Can Jews Become Farmers? Rurality, Peasantry and Cultural Identity in the World of the Rural Jew in Nineteenth-Century Eastern Europe. Rural History-Economy Society Culture 24(2): 161-175, 2013

Human Resources of Eastern Europe || Policies for rural Eastern Europe in transition: The case of Slovakia. Geojournal 50(2-3): 235-247, 2000

Changing livestock systems and markets in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, and the proposed World Bank agenda to reduce rural poverty. Livestock farming systems in Central and Eastern Europe: 181-197, 2003

International Organizations as Drivers of Telecommunications Liberalization in Eastern Europe, in Northern Europe-and in the Whole World?. International Studies Review 16(1): 133-135, 2014

Overview on small cell lung cancer in the world: Industrialized countries, third world, Eastern Europe. Anticancer Research 14(1B): 277-282, 1994

Rural renaissance - a strategy for integrated rural development in Eastern Central Europe. Buletinul Universitatii de Stiinte Agricole si Medicina Veterinara Cluj Napoca Seria Agricultura 60: 7-12, 2004

Rural Diversification in Eastern Europe || A rural development strategy for the Apuseni Mountains, Romania. GeoJournal 46(3): 319-336, 1998

Rural Diversification in Eastern Europe || Village renewal and rural development in the former German Democratic Republic. GeoJournal 46(3): 247-255, 1998

Rural Diversification in Eastern Europe || Socio-geographical transition in the rural areas of the Carpathian Euroregion. GeoJournal 46(3): 193-197, 1998