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Agricultural policies towards less developed regions: Policy issues and instruments; the experience of Poland

, : Agricultural policies towards less developed regions: Policy issues and instruments; the experience of Poland. Julkaisuja Maatalouden Taloudellinen Tutkimuslaitos ( 57): 47-58

Regionalization of agricultural policy or, more broadly, a new look at spatial development policies from the point of view of agricultural and rural development have in the second half of the 1980s become a major political and economic issue in Poland. A generally accepted assessment of the actual situation indicates far reaching development disproportions throughout the countryside, wasted chances for growth, and depopulation and degradation of agriculture in some parts of the country.

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