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Pluriactive farm families in Italy historical and territorial differences


: Pluriactive farm families in Italy historical and territorial differences. Rural change in Europe: research programme on farm structures and pluriactivity Structural policies and multiple job holding in the rural development process Second review meeting, Waldkirchen, 18-21 September 1988: 173-179

In this paper the historical and geographical differentiation of pluriactivity in Italy is outlined schematically. The historical dimension seems necessary because of the peculiarity of the Italian economic development, the territorial or space dimension takes care of the unevenness with which such development has taken place.

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