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The Irish rural development paradigm - an exploratory analysis



The Irish rural development paradigm - an exploratory analysis



Economic and Social Review 25(3): 233-260



This paper examines recent rural development programmes in the Irish Republic. It considers the new rhetoric of 'community', what is meant by rural development and who benefits from it, and what the implications are for governance. Regional and rural policy is greatly influenced by the EU. A number of local and community oriented initiatives are described which have been largely developed because of EU initiatives.

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