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A general regional agricultural model (GRAM) applied to a region in Poland

A general regional agricultural model (GRAM) applied to a region in Poland

Research Report, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (RR-82-26): 63

The model described is the product of a case study of regional development in the Upper Notec region of Poland carried out collaboratively by IIASA and the Systems Research Institute in Warsaw. The purpose was to assist the Polish authorities in planning the development of agriculture in the region, and to create a universal methodology in the form of a model applicable to similar problems and settings in other countries.

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