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Rural America; Volume 15, Issue 4; March 2001: Volume 15, Issue 4 ; March 2001

By Bowers, Douglas

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Title: Rural America; Volume 15, Issue 4; March 2001: Volume 15, Issue 4 ; March 2001  
Author: Bowers, Douglas
Volume: Volume 15, Issue 4
Language: English
Subject: Rural Systems, Agriculture, Economics
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), Rural America Journal Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
2001
Publisher: Us Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service

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Bowers, D. (2001). Rural America; Volume 15, Issue 4; March 2001. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.net/


Description
Description: Rural Development Perspectives (final issue in January 2003) highlighted the practical application of research in rural banking, demographics, housing, labor, and poverty, and the effect of farm policies on rural areas.

Summary
Summary: ""New South, Old Challenges,"" ""Migrants in the Rural South Choose Urban and Natural Amenities,"" ""New Economy Manufacturing Meets Old Economy Education Policies in the Rural South,"" ""Educated Workforce, Quality Jobs Still Elusive Goals in the Rural South,"" ""Most Persistently Poor Rural Counties in the South Remained Poor in 1995,"" ""Factors Affecting High Child Poverty in the Rural South,"" and ""Welfare Reform: Remedy for Persistent Poverty in the Rural South?""

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Contents Editor's Notebook Feature Articles New South, Old Challenges Migrants in the Rural South Choose Urban and Natural Amenities New Economy Manufacturing Meets Old Economy Education Policies in the Rural South Educated Workforce, Quality Jobs: Still Elusive Goals in the Rural South Most Persistently Poor Rural Counties in the South Remained Poor in 1995 Factors Affecting High Child Poverty in the Rural South Welfare Reform: Remedy for Persistent Poverty in the South?

 

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