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The changing nature of rural economies in the Slovak countryside

, : The changing nature of rural economies in the Slovak countryside. Zemedelska Ekonomika 43(9): 423-426

Development problems in Slovakian villages and rural areas are reviewed and the changing significance of agriculture in rural life is explored. Information on the current situation, development strategies and structural changes which was collected within the framework of the International Research Project on Rural Employment and Rural Regeneration in Post Socialist Central Europe is presented.

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